Exposing History

Photos by Nic Antaya/The Herald
Jonathan Seger of Jasper removed siding Thursday from the house he purchased two weeks ago in Jasper to expose the original log exterior for potential buyers to see. He estimated the home was built in the 1800s. “Some people just really like log homes,” he said. “They’re getting harder and harder to find.”

 

Seger removed the siding of the house.

 

Seger removed the siding of the house.



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