stone cabin

stone cabin

A small house built of stone, typified by homes built by German-speaking colonists in Pennsylvania; usually characterized by a roof having a very steep pitch, thick stone walls, and wooden casement windows with solid shutters.
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The Property includes one vacant, stone Cabin building, approximately 20-feet wide by 30-feet long.
At Holden police headquarters, Sherrill has filled the lobby with memorabilia -- old badges, pictures of a stone cabin in Jefferson that served as a jail in the 1940s, and newspaper accounts of the town's only bank robbery, in 1966.
Thanks to their landlord friends, the Pardeys pay no rent for their stone cabin.
At the summit, there is a little stone cabin serving hot and cold drinks, as well as waffles, which you can enjoy as you take in the sight of most of southern Norway.
Locally, the group wants to save prime mountain bike trails near Placerita Canyon State Park outside Santa Clarita, around Stone Cabin Flat above Duarte and in the Condor Peak area above Tujunga.
Sundays they had dinner overlooking the silvery water of a dam, in the stone cabin Rivadeneira had built for playing chess and keeping a sailboat.
to acquire a 25% interest in all the mineral rights in the Stone Cabin property.
Chisos Mountain Lodge offers historic stone cabins, lodge units or motel-type accommodations.
On the outside, all are replicas of rustic, 1800s-era log and stone cabins.
For a more intimate getaway, the resort also has three and four-bedroom private log and stone cabins that boast the upscale amenities and decor of fine mountain living.
8mm meters / 520 - Stone cabins, standard FZAG / 6 pieces - GKF masts 4 - 15 meters, standard FZAG / 8 pieces
Part of the magic of Thanksgiving at Phantom Ranch, the compound of stone cabins, canteen, and dorms nestled along Bright Angel Creek, is getting there.