“The Winter Lean-to”

“Snapshot Saturday”

A one woodsman winter lean-to after a fresh snowfall.

A morning fire takes hold after a fresh snowfall. This was the first winter for the ‘huckleberry swamp camp,’ and the tiny abode afforded many valuable lessons in the wilderness classroom. Old Northwest Territory, one hill east of the River Raisin, 1790s.

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