This is not our tiny cottage. It is a very interesting, atypical, house in Plainfield, Vermont which is a town a bit north of us. I say atypical because it has a flat roof. It is also dead up along the river. As you can see from the stone and wood work below the building it has been shimmed and cribbed many times over the years. Someone has been doing a beautiful job of renovating this structure over the last year or so. While not a building I would want to be involved with I do find it fascinating to look at every time we pass it by.
Note the bridge abutment on the far side of the river by the house…
Outdoors: 36°F/23°F Overcast, 1/2″ snow
Farm house: 72°F/4°F 3 logs
Tiny Cottage: 51°F/45°F Wow!