A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.





Saturday, June 2, 2018

The Homestead


Tres Piedras
NW of Taos, New Mexico

This place was on the other side of the little valley in front of the cabin I showed yesterday.
I think this was for storage of grain or hay.


Inside were four of these stalls. 
Cramped quarters so not that great of picture.


Over a ways was what must have been the house.
You see the tree trunks holding up the wall. 


                         The wind was blowing pretty good and I felt it best to not go inside.


See what I mean?


The weathered color of these boards were wonderful.
People pay a lot of money for this wood to put up inside their homes.



1 comment:

  1. What an interesting place. You weren't able to find any information about who build it and who lived there?

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