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JakeD
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I searched for the old thread of trad hunting cabins/camps and can't seem to find it. I'm sure that I'm just not typing the right search words in. If anybody knows where it's at, would you mind letting me know. Thanks.

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Chances are if the thread is found, most of the pictures are gone. I enjoyed that thread immensely. maybe if its not found a new one should be started?

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Roy from Pa
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Yup, Photobucket put the screws to that one I'm sure.
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JakeD
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Yeah, forgot about that. I really enjoyed that thread. All the awesome pics let me daydream and scheme about building something on our farm.

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I built one a long time ago. It was simple but comfortable. One room about 12x20. Had hooks by the door to hang packs and coat. A wood stove in the middle with the chimney out the top. Shelves on one short side for gear and bunks lining the other two walls. I had a couple of lawn chairs and a table to eat at and relax. I miss that place.

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JakeD
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quote:
Originally posted by Dorado:
I built one a long time ago. It was simple but comfortable. One room about 12x20. Had hooks by the door to hang packs and coat. A wood stove in the middle with the chimney out the top. Shelves on one short side for gear and bunks lining the other two walls. I had a couple of lawn chairs and a table to eat at and relax. I miss that place.

Sounds like the kind of place that I want to build. A simple one room cabin, with either a fireplace or a wood stove. Nothing fancy. I don't need electric or running water. One of my dad's best friends had a small cabin like what you described and we all went there for gun season. Playing cards, eating good, having some drinks, and just enjoying good company. I sure miss those days.

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Man I love that thread.....
Someday hope to do the same....
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quote:
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That's the one! Thanks!

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Here is my cabin that my Dad and I built one summer 22 years ago. One of the best things I have ever done. No power or water. Wood burning stove, propane cook stove and a couple lanterns. A corner table with storage under the bench, a cooking table with storage underneath and a small pantry/cabinet. Well insulated. 20’ x 12’ with a 12’ x 12’ loft for sleeping and a 20’ x 8’ covered porch. It helps that it is in the middle of Colorado elk country. Don’t wait for someday, I have been enjoying this for almost half my life now.

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Awesome cabin, Mark..
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quote:
Originally posted by JakeD:
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Originally posted by Dorado:
I built one a long time ago. It was simple but comfortable. One room about 12x20. Had hooks by the door to hang packs and coat. A wood stove in the middle with the chimney out the top. Shelves on one short side for gear and bunks lining the other two walls. I had a couple of lawn chairs and a table to eat at and relax. I miss that place.

Sounds like the kind of place that I want to build. A simple one room cabin, with either a fireplace or a wood stove. Nothing fancy. I don't need electric or running water. One of my dad's best friends had a small cabin like what you described and we all went there for gun season. Playing cards, eating good, having some drinks, and just enjoying good company. I sure miss those days.
Yeah it was great. It could sleep four comfortably and more if they didn't mind sleeping on the floor. No electricity or running water. I came out one summer and built an outhouse. I even insulated it and had one of those clay pot and candle heater things in it for the winter.
We normally used a Coleman lantern for light or a kerosene lamp that hung on the wall. The lantern was a liquid fuel lantern. I could light it easily. However one of my hunting buddies couldn't, he nearly burnt the place to the ground.
I got my first deer at that lease and somewhere I have a picture of me and my deer at that cabin. That was always the staging ground for our hunts be it deer, dove, or quail.
I used to keep a lock on the door but it kept getting cut off and the place torn up. I fixed it back up one time but didn't have a lock. Came back the next weekend to find panties and a few beer cans but it was otherwise unhurt. I stopped locking it and no more damage was done. Heck they even started to leave canned food. I just left it at that. I did leave a note once that I set up a game camera and that I was enjoying the pictures it took very much. I think it stopped after that.

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Love that cabin, Mark. Mine is a work in progress but it's finally been weather-proof for a while now. Took a few pics of the inside while relaxing after a hunt recently:

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Heading back there tomorrow afternoon, I'll try to get a few pics of the outside in the light. And maybe some lighter inside pics...

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Some pics of the property:

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Nice!!
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