Happiest of Holiday seasons to you all! Thank you so much for your support, and best wishes for a healthy, happy and prosperous New Year!
Today I have a treat for my fellow Tiny House fans: An exclusive peek into a recently finished project! This mobile-abode was built with care and finished with functional, colorful and fun details. Plenty of... [read more]
The Thomas Point Beach Bluegrass Festival "Bluegrass Cabin" built by Modern Wood Tech of Maine, is a cabin with a mission. Placed on a shaded high rise, not far from the upper bath house, this tiny cabin for two can be your very own "Little Cabin Home on the Hill" for the weekend, featuring... [read more]
We're down with colds here today. I have broken out the eucalyptus leaves and added them to some hot water for the fresh, fragrant and therapeutic steam (not for drinking!). Many people skip the leaves entirely and simply diffuse... [read more]
It has been awhile since I updated you all on our DIY woodshed build. We left off just before adding the roof panels last fall... (read more)
One of our favorite winter traditions is picking fresh greens from our garden to go with our New Year's dinner. These simple cold frames make it possible...(read more)
Our best to you and yours this fine season, and throughout the year! Thank you so much for your readership, comments and support! We enjoy hosting you here at our little cabin home on the web, and look forward to another year of cabin life!
We've got some beautiful things happening here at our little cabin right now. The trees are putting on their autumn colors! This week...(read more)
It's crunch time here at the cabin - we're working feverishly to finish the woodshed and then...(read more)
While attending a bluegrass festival earlier this summer, we came upon this adorable custom-made and custom-painted Gypsy "Vardo" Wagon! The owners (also the builders) were happy to give us a tour... (read more)
A farewell shot of this rough little shed that sits just a few feet from our cabin.... and some big news!
Whew! What a night. Another Nor'easter ripped through here overnight, complete with thundersnow! The snow was wet and heavy, and we lost a number of trees and branches. Luckily only one very small tree on our little cabin. It is times like these that I am especially happy to be sheltered under a timberframe! We're …
Cabin life in winter finds us indoors more often, keeping cozy and working on various indoor projects. The other day, as outdoor temperatures hovered in dangerous sub-zero territory, I was happily parked near the wood stove, flipping through some old photographs for a Genealogy project that I work on here and there as time allows, …
Pretty lights here on this last evening of 2017. Best wishes to all for a happy, healthy and cabin-filled 2018!
An ice storm, followed by artic temperatures has encased everything in ice! It is (literally) brilliant when the sun shines - everything just sparkles! I keep running out to take pictures and then running right back in again to warm up by the woodstove. Very real chance of frostbite in very short order out there! …
"I will love the light for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness because it shows me the stars." ~Og Mandino Happy holidays from us to you! Thank you so much for joining us here. Looking forward to another year of cabin life!
We've been working hard this last month or so cutting, splitting, hauling and stacking seasoned wood from around the property for our winter heat. The old saying really is true: Heating with wood warms you twice (and by my estimation, 5 times for us in this case)! When you depend on a trusty woodstove to …
The cabin is 750 square feet, with some good, dry storage in the basement. The layout is ideal: One large living/dining/kitchen area featuring floor to ceiling windows that overlook the pond. Wide plank pine floors throughout. Ceilings are vaulted and open, showing the beams and beautiful mortice/tenon work throughout with a loft over the kitchen area. …