Figures of men crawled out of the holes, or disappeared into them, or, on raised platforms of hand-hewn
timber, windlassed the thawed gravel to the surface, where it immediately froze.
Cooper and Greenlaw--on what is called the Hill Ranch they left two of their dead, "Little Lillie" and "Little David," who rest to-day inside a tiny square of hand-hewn
Inter they climbed the earthquake racked belfry, noting the hand-hewn
timbers; and in the gallery, discovering the pure quality of their voices, Saxon, trembling at her own temerity, softly sang the opening bars of "Jesus Lover of My Soul." Delighted with the result, she leaned over the railing, gradually increasing her voice to its full strength as she sang:
"The barn would be suitable for all ages and offers fresh, natural surroundings with the strength of local limestone and hand-hewn
At Jarvie Fest, youll be able to visit the stone house, now a museum; duck inside the two-room dugout built into a hillside and overlooking the Green River and stop in the blacksmith shop and corral, which were constructed using hand-hewn
railroad ties which drifted down from Green River, Wyoming.
It has hand-hewn
beams and historical interior features preserved by three families over three centuries.
The sawtooth piece with hand-hewn
pilasters was hand built by Chryl's grandfather, Lee Beard, in Wayne County in 1901.
Features include exposed brickwork, half-timbering and thick hand-hewn
beams that top the main living areas.
It was also being built from raw clay and hand-hewn
Be sure to check out its East Gate, designed in the rustic picturesque style using hand-hewn
logs and stone, constructed in the 1930s as a relief project.
The earliest barns are built with timbers hand-hewn
to shape, and you can see the rough chopping marks of an axe.
Decorative stone ply gem and stained wood panels made up the interior walls, creating a hand-hewn
look throughout the house.