Down a rough road,
Past some amazingly tall, virgin timbers,
|By huge beds of wild, spring Leeks,|
Beyond the old car, or what once was an old car, maybe a moonshine runner...
|Still in it's garage of long, long ago.|
Under the log on the right is a concrete wall.
Of course we entered. What is it? and How long has it been here?
|The ceiling is etched, convex, eerie. It even has a stovepipe or vent centered in the back. The walls, ceiling, floor, all are concrete, but how old, I wonder. The floor is clean., mysterious.|
The corners are angled. The entire room is probably 7 X 9 ft. I'm wondering if it was a cellar, an ice house, not likely with a chimney, or is it a vent. It's entirely underground, maybe a bunker of sorts, storage for moonshine? There was an old porcelain battery cover lying outside the cave. What's your guess?
There were several foundation locations, we found at least half a dozen. Was this a location of homes, a resort, logging camp? Dad once told the family that there used to be several homes along here.
Interesting., but we all are still stumped by the bunker. I say it was moonshine storage. It's a bit more interesting a story to tell than an ice house.
Now, to get out of this ' dead end ' situation we got into.
Have a great weekend and see what you can find at the end of a dead end road. Life is full of surprises. As for me, I think I will go plant some found sumac and dream of some Leek Soup. They weren't quite ready.
Now, get out there and have some fun.