Behind the hall, where one is not insured, by the submarine, between the slope and the hall wall, there was once a log cabin made. This very thing was created with scaffolding poles and planks. It is fair to say that this was one of the most significant Gopsi constructions in terms of size. It was suitable for supplying protection from all sorts of extreme weather conditions, including sun (excluding rain, wind, snow, hail, mist etc.)
But then the Berk told Pogopsi to deconstruct this historic building, which DE then did, on his own. Thanks for all the help.