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Old 12-19-2013, 01:28 AM   #361
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I'm a bit late to this party, however I just got back from 3 weeks up in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. I was winterizing my hunting cabin.. A little late in the season.

My cabin is in the morning ddle of nowhere. 35mi from the nearest town. Not another house within 5mi, and it's not secluded enough for my liking.

Any how, I always hit Barnes and and Noble when I am heading up there. I have no internet, natural gas, plumhing, electricity is from a generator, etc...

Lots of work to be done around the place. Wood needs to be split and stacked, Water brought in from the hand well.

Starting next year I am going to be looking for some place not to far away that is near water. I am going to build another cabin. This one will have all the luxuries of home, and will be woman friendly... LOL

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Old 12-19-2013, 06:56 PM   #364
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I'm a bit late to this party, however I just got back from 3 weeks up in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. I was winterizing my hunting cabin.. A little late in the season.

My cabin is in the morning ddle of nowhere. 35mi from the nearest town. Not another house within 5mi, and it's not secluded enough for my liking.

Any how, I always hit Barnes and and Noble when I am heading up there. I have no internet, natural gas, plumhing, electricity is from a generator, etc...

Lots of work to be done around the place. Wood needs to be split and stacked, Water brought in from the hand well.

Starting next year I am going to be looking for some place not to far away that is near water. I am going to build another cabin. This one will have all the luxuries of home, and will be woman friendly... LOL
There is a lot to be said for all of the comforts, even if you can do without them.

Maybe it would just be easier to find a woman who likes your existing cabin?
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Old 12-19-2013, 09:07 PM   #365
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Maybe it would just be easier to find a woman who likes your existing cabin?
No, I'm sure it would be much easier for him to build a new one!
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Old 12-19-2013, 09:31 PM   #366
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No, I'm sure it would be much easier for him to build a new one!
even if he found that woman, at some point she is going to want a new cabin anyways!
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even if he found that woman, at some point she is going to want a new cabin anyways!
Good point. find a woman that says she likes the cabin you have, then build what she really wants together!
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Wire coat hangers have fixed more things than all other things combined (even duct tape)!
Beg to differ: rawhide has fixed more things than hangers, bailing wire, duct tape, and zip ties combined. Think about it, rawhide has been there since before humans figured out how to weave cloth, and only lost "market share" in the last century.
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