Between Moscow and Pullman in the Palouse. According to Martha Mullen, in her book Reflections on the Road, "...the house was the homestead of Jacob and Hulda Weber who came west by wagon train in 1876. The original structure was a small log cabin--the central section of the house with two windows below, one above, and a peak roof. As the Webers' family grew...a large board addition was built and the log structure also framed in." I spoke with the owner, who lives nearby. She told me she was fifth generation!