In Goldfield is a building that matches one's idea of what a perfect log cabin should be. The Boy Scouts constructed the building, and it's almost as good as making one yourself with Lincoln Logs. This cabin has an appropriately crude chimney and fireplace on one gable wall, a door that reaches up and is tucked in under the eaves, and two wood barrels at each corner.
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Boy Scout Log Cabin
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