The Log Cabin Village is Now The Home To Bald Eagles
As the holiday time period of Christmas to New Year's Day progresses, many people are wondering just what can we do today? Well, I have the perfect way to spend part an afternoon.....visit the Log Cabin Village on Quinsippi Island in Quincy.
Speaking of spending, there is no spending needed to stop by and enjoy history right in front of your eyes. Every time I go there I am amazed at how our pioneers ever survived the frigid winters of the past.
As an added bonus, the Herald Whig recently reported that the Log Cabin Village has become inhabited by bald eagles. So pick out a decent day and head down to the riverfront and absorb what mother nature and our nation's history has to offer and it is all free.
If you would like to find out more about the Log Cabin Village from the comfort of your own "cabin", simply go to www.logcabinvillagequincyil.com. Donations to aid in the restoration of the village are always graciously accepted by the Friends of The Log Cabins.
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