Garden of Eden
More from Samuel P. Dinsmore:
"You can't drink booze anymore. You can only use the contents of the beer bottles on those shelves, jugs and mugs on the corner posts to look at. If you can't drink it, look at it; it will help some.
It's the waste that makes people poor."
(He took empty beer bottles, filled them with his secret cement and used them has decorator pieces along his porches.)
"The old log cabins used to have forks set up and logs laid in to build porches (there is a second story porch above this which I didn't capture in the photo). I never thought of that until I got to this center post. I made a fork; when I finished it I put these knots on (you can see two on the post at the right), and thought when I was putting these knots on if I was a girl on the porch, and my fellow down below, if he could not climb that post, with all these knots, I would fire him and get one that could."
Notice the ends to the rock "logs" making up his home.
They are notched on the ends to interlock just like regular logs of a log cabin.
He carved a wood mold to imprint his name in the cement making up his home.
Tomorrow we'll step inside Dinsmore's home.