National Geographic : 1936 Aug
©Thompsons. Inc. A QUIET VALLEY WITH SWINGING BRIDGE AND CABIN SET AMONG FLOWERING SHRUBS-A FREQUENT SCENE IN THE GREAT SMOKIES Log cabins usually have one room, combining the living and sleeping quarters, and an enclosed lean-to which serves askitchen and dining room. Except for a few necessities such as pots and pans, nearly every article, from beds to bureaus, is home-made. Crude suspension bridges arethe usual means for crossing streams, but the animals must use fords, or, in case the water is too deep, they are sometimes stabled on the far side.