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Go "Camping" at Ross Lake Floating Cabins for rent - North Cascades in Washington

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A cabin in the Metolius River Resort offers guests a remarkable view of the rushing Metolius River in Oregon.

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Metolous River - Oregon - USA (von Hibbert Photography)

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★ Winter Cabin in the Woods ★

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Cabin in the Snow

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How to build a 14x14 solar cabin

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Lantern Cabin, Ontario, Wisconsin | Photo via Patrick

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pretty little cabin

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Little cabin in the woods

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Cute & cosy

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and she dreams

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Cabin Entrance

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Mountain hide away

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Christmas cabin.

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simply vintageous .......by Suzan: I WANNA live there Wednesday # 13

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Crystal River Mill, Colorado

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Rustic Retreat: Log Cabin in the Woods.

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If I built this house/cabin, I think I would add at least two more rooms. Sure, it would cost more, but the additional room will probably be needed. After all, 14' x 14' is just under 200 square feet. One of the main attractions to this house/cabin is that it can be energy independent via solar power and function off the electricity grid.

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Finnish Sauna

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The shed roof rises to the south and allows winter sun deep into the living space. Large barn doors help temper solar gain and provide security when the homeowners are away. When open, the interior living space spills out onto the patio.Click To Enlarge

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