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canoes and log cabin on the Bois Brule river, Wisconsin
My dream place.
One of my favorite places to canoe, near my cabin. Canoes outside a boathouse await paddlers on northern Wisconsin's Bois Brule River. Once traveled by Native Americans and European explorers, trappers, and traders, the river is now a popular recreation area for paddling, wildlife viewing, and hiking. The entire 44 miles of the river is contained within the Brule River State Forest. Aaaamazing.....
This is the Bois Brule river. Pictured are one of the many gorgeous boat houses you see while canoeing its length, which goes all the way to Lake Superior.
oh for a lake house and a canoe...
I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to have a little boat house by our cottage!
By the lake. Only thing missing is a glass of iced tea or wine
Boat & Fishing..... heaven for sure
derisoires: Helleren (by xTorfinnx)
Cool Houses That You Might Want to Live in | Tiny Homes (images only)
Fireworks by metrisk, via Flickr~A spectacular firework display over the lake at Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche in France
House in Rocamadour, Dordogne, France. This could be the Gingerbread House!
living (outdoors!) on the edge
tiny house--Always a plus when a Tiny house uses something like an old silo or standardized/prefab water tank, or whatever. Not sure that's the case here, but seems possible.
Autumn sunrise, Antigo Island, Pelican Lake, Wisconsin. Photo © Sherry Slabik.
Handmade Houses, A Guide to the Woodbutcher's Art, Art Boericke/Barry Shapiro, Scrimshaw Press 1973
Repurposed palettes as the floor with windows and skylight recycled from an old family hunt camp - Northern Ontario
3 canoes. Rental bathtub-boat, my parents' lovely old green Mad River, and my uncle's handbuilt cedar strip beauty.