Last Friday I went to my home away from home, Martin's Station in Wilderness Road State Park. As you may remember I usually go there one weekend a month to interpret the 18th century for the public. This time I went for five days. Here is my cabin. I have all the comforts of home. A wash basin, towel and soap along with firewood.
Here is the inside. You can see my cooking pots, oil lamps and other necessary items.
On this wall you can see the boxes I keep some things in and my clothes.
This table is actually my bed but since my son did not go with me I decided to sleep in his bed and use mine as a table.
Here is another view.
Here is my son's bed. You can't tell but it is a rope bed. I have to tell you. His bed is a whole lot more comfortable than mine. We both have feather mattresses but with the ropes it is just more comfortable.
Tomorrow I will be on the road again but this time I will stay in this century. I will be on my way to Wisconsin to visit a friend who is a weaver!