It looks no less creepy further up the hill. /u/Durnse took a look walk around the cabin when he got there, trying to summon up the courage to go inside and see what if anything the walls held within. We can almost hear his heart beating as he stood here.
Up Close and Personal
Finally, /u/Durnse made his decision to get up close and personal with the cabin. This was the first view from in front of the main building. As you can see it was truly ramshackle. The windows, if there ever had been any, were long gone. The frames gently rotting in the breeze.
Everything in and around the cabin that could be subject to decay was slowly rotting or rusting away. This wagon wheel, for example, was missing its wagon and just leaning against the brick wall as it slowly endured the passing of time. Nothing was in good repair anywhere as far as the eye could see.
The insides of the cabin will come as no surprise. The roof had collapsed into the room as the beams had rotted and given way. It would have taken an act of real courage to step inside and discover the cabin’s secrets and that’s exactly what /u/Durnse decided to do.
A Time Before Branding
It’s hard to believe that there was ever a Sunkist brand without a distinctive logo and brand identity. This sign gives you an idea of just how long this cabin had been left to be reclaimed by nature. /u/Durnse could breathe a little more easily, whoever had lived here almost certainly wasn’t coming back.