Monthly Archives: March 2021

Best Activities To Do at a Cabin

By Mikkie Mills A quiet and peaceful cabin nestled into the trees along the lakeshore or in a remote mountain retreat is an idyllic getaway place that will help you relax and restore your body, mind, and soul. There is … Continue reading

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Building and Decorating a Cabin

    By Mikkie Mills Building and decorating a vacation cabin for yourself or as a rental is exciting yet daunting. You want to be sure your cabin is comfortable but different enough from home so that you really feel … Continue reading

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5 Cabin Camping Tips for Beginners

By Paisley Hansen If you’re new to adventures in the great outdoors, cabin camping is a good beginning option. You get a genuine rustic experience without giving up all the comforts of home. You don’t have to worry about the … Continue reading

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Things to Consider When Renting Your Cabin During COVID

By Beau Peters As a cabin owner, there are many benefits to renting out your cabin when you’re not using it. Whether you set it up for short-term or long-term rentals, now is a great time to advertise it. Thanks … Continue reading

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8 Reasons To Consider Buying a Pool for Your Cabin

By Mikkie Mills If your family spends a lot of time at the community pool during the summer, you have probably thought about how great it would be to have a pool in your own backyard. If you’re considering purchasing … Continue reading

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5 Upgrades That Will Turn Your Cabin Home Into a Luxury Home

By Paisley Hansen Life on a lake is about as good as it gets. You have a year-round aquatic playground right in your backyard – boating in the summer, snowmobiling or cross country skiing in the winter, and fishing all … Continue reading

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Factors To Consider for First-Time Cabin Buyers

By Mikkie Mills Buying a cabin for the first time is an exhilarating experience. Whether your intention is to live in the home full-time, use it as a summer home or rent it to travelers, there are numerous elements to … Continue reading

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Top 5 Gardening Tips for Beginners

By John Peterson Gardening is such an enjoyable activity. However, it is not as easy as it seems. Many think that if you put some seeds in a pot, they will grow, and soon you will have something to harvest. … Continue reading

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3 Electrical Hazards To Watch For

by Paisley Hansen  When purchasing a cabin, the most important inspection category to be aware of is the health of the electrical system. Problems in this area can be prohibitively expensive to correct and failure to do so can be … Continue reading

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Sustainable Living Tips for Cabin Dwellers

By Beau Peters When you think about cabin life, it’s hard not to link sustainability. Many people who live in cabins are already interested in the environment, and a lot of that has to do with the fact that the … Continue reading

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