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John Longo, who owns the property where this log cabin was unveiled, plans to give this log cabin to Lee Michna, who intends to relocate the log cabin to his property on Michna Road between Six and Seven Mile Road.
John Longo’s cabin, located on Four Mile Road just east of the Mosquito Inn, was built in the 1830s. He tried to give it to the Caledonia Historical Society, but they already have a log cabin on their campus at Linnwood Park. So he is giving it to Lee Michna, of Caledonia, who plans to relocate it to his property on Michna Road and rehab it. (Photo By Denise Lockwood)
John Longo always knew that his barn was built around a log cabin. So when the roof needed to be replaced, he decided to take down the barn and found a log cabin that was in pretty rough shape. (Photo by Denise Lockwood)

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.