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April 02, 2009


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Melanie Mulhall


I am reminded here of an earlier post in which you stated that the cabin has a foundation of tree stumps. One can only guess that those tree stumps came from the property. If that is the case, then your cabin must be a very happy camper because wood taken from its home is thought to be happier than wood transported long distances. Your cabin sits on such wood. Even if the cabin itself has not been built from local wood (and I so hope it was), you should still have some very yummy energy going for you there. And how many other cabins can boast that?


Rosemary Carstens

Ah, yes, the search for the unobtainable! I remember it well--haha. Just remember that those of us who DON'T have a cabin the mountains at all are envying YOU! I guess it's just human nature to follow the bear over the mountain, to see what we can see, as the song goes --

Kathy Kaiser


What a great image. I love the idea of the yummy energy from the local wood.


Bettianne Shoney Sien

I had to laugh and smile at Cabin Envy---as a homeowner and realtor, I know that it never stops---not for anyone, there always seems to be one better just around the corner--it might be interesting to ask yourself what issues they face...

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