Scandanavian Heritage Park in Minot, a food storage building built out of logs, some of which were carved. This one sod-topped building is for one family. It’s called a “stabburs.” Found on many farms in Norway, the “stabburs” store grain and other dried foodstuffs on the first floor. Meat, cheese and other foods are stored on the upper floor.
This is a farm ‘Loft’ from Søndre Tveito in Telemark, Norway which now stands in the Norwegian Folk Museum in Oslo [www.no]. You can see a panoramic view of this and other Telemark buildings at the museum here: