This is Buffalo Church in Wirt County, West Virginia. A few years ago Hubby and I noticed a sign pointing up a rural road that said log church. We went to explore. The photo above shows the church we found. We try to go back at least once a year. It is such a peaceful place. It sits all by itself at the top of a ridge. I know what you're thinking - doesn't look like a log church. To preserve the church the original logs were covered with clapboard and the church was painted white both inside and out. Regular services are no longer held in the church. It was built in 1878 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
This is the view from the church yard. Most of the pretty fall colors were gone by the time we visited this year but that vista is lovely no matter what!
The road we travel to get to the church. The name of the road - Mayberry Run! :)