Back in the early 80's, Dusti and I lived in northern Idaho - and we were poor as church mice. We bought a shell of a log cabin and finished it out ourselves while we (us and our two girls) lived in the tiny, uninsulated, old barrack building also ont he property. The only heat came from the small cookstove and when the first dusting of snow came, it dusted right under the door into the house. With a lot of blood, sweat, tears and prayer - we made it into the house before the major snows started. This is that house.
Prints are 13" x 19", mounted on stiff backer board and encased in protective plastic sleeve.