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In the early days when the country was being settled, the pioneers frequently transported the furnishings they had brought from the old country to their homesteads in the West. Pairing reproduction French country chairs with those covered with natural cowhide in the seating area of the great room reminds Karen of how the original Rocky Mountain log cabins must have been furnished. The Native American carving was a gift from her parents and traveled with a truck load of golf carts from South Carolina to its new home in Colorado.

In the early days when the country was being settled, the pioneers frequently transported the furnishings they had brought from the old country to their homesteads in the West. Pairing reproduction French country chairs with those covered with natural cowhide in the seating area of the great room reminds Karen of how the original Rocky Mountain log cabins must have been furnished. The Native American carving was a gift from her parents and traveled with a truck load of golf carts from South Carolina to its new home in Colorado.