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Everyone should have a cabin


By Will Maines

EVERYONE SHOULD have a cabin.

The cabin may serve as a place to while away quiet afternoons reading a good book, a hideaway from family and/or friends who are driving you nuts, a headquarters for hunting, fishing or other outdoor adventures or, in the case of little kids, a fortress from which dragons can be slain, armies conquered and intergalactic expeditions launched.

The first cabin which served pretty much all of those functions for me was the squared-log cabin my dad built for Uncle Neal on the banks of Plum Creek. Memory plays tricks on me these days, but I believe it was built in 1960.

Tuesday, December 04, 2012 4:52 PM
Last Updated on Wednesday, December 19, 2012 3:33 PM

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