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Captain*Kirk
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Damon, what more could a guy need? Awesome little camp & cabin!

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wooddamon1
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Thanks I love it there and it's only about 35 miles from home.

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"The history of the bow and arrow is the history of mankind..."-Fred Bear

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Here's ours. My grandpa had the middle of it built but it only slept 4, had no kitchen of any sort, and it lacked a place to release digested food or shower off blood. My Dad, brother and I added onto both sides of it so it can sleep 8 now, has a full kitchen and a full bathroom. It was a lot of work but very rewarding

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There is a book called 'Cabin Porn' that's a collection of pics of off the grid getaways and their stories from tree houses to yurts to underground. It's a must-read for anyone dreaming of their own, even if you know it will only ever exist in your mind! I've got a hardback copy. Google it and if someone's interested PM me. I'll be gone hunting until Sunday, but I'll reply then. I'm sure we can work out some kind of swap.

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Woodchucker's Catskill mountain Retreat!

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woodchucker
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Thanks, Brother!!!!! Some day... I owe you a trip up there!!!

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There is a fine line between Hunting, & Sitting there looking Stupid...

May The Great Spirit Guide Your Arrows..... Happy Hunting!!!

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JakeD
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Bringing this back up in the hope that maybe some guys will re-post some pics since photobucket screwed everything up.

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TIM B
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The cabin thread and the trophy room thread were always a couple of my favorites
Tim B

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To keep this thread going here is mine in NE VT. The dream became reality 16yrs ago with purchase of 10 acres and after 6yrs of weekends became an almost finished camp - the past 10yrs has been more enjoying than working on it.

The cabin is 16x32 and with the wife's influence became more of a little house in the woods rather than a primitive hunting camp as initially planned. It is well insulated and heated solely by wood and a gutted gas grill allows outside cooking over hardwood in addition to a propane camper cooktop inside.

There is electric service and inside plumbing with a shower but the shallow well only supplies water April thru Oct and we haul it in throughout the winter so there is still a primitiveness to the experience - especially during hunting season.

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We have found more than 25 apple trees on the property....

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....and a bit of bear activity.

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Here is a view of the property from across the neighbor's fields. The cabin is located at the end of the rainbow.

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May you someday find your dream at the end of a rainbow.

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Wapiti Chaser
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Chuck never knew you had a camp , it just screams deer camp ! Very nice

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woodchucker
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Thanks, Bob!!!!! Actually, the cabin is a joint venture, between my brother in-law, his 2 brothers, and I. The 3 brothers bought the mountain from their grandfather, back in the 80's. We all hunted there as kids, and I killed my 1st buck there in 1978. Tyler killed his 1st buck there in 2015, about 100yds from where I killed mine. It is truely a special place!!!

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May The Great Spirit Guide Your Arrows..... Happy Hunting!!!

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Makes me want my 40 acres back, we just had too many poachers living on the outskirts of our 40 ac. It wasn't too safe, too many gun hunters trespassing, not enough game wardens.

What was nice about the 40 was it was all old growth, it had never been clear cut.

Maybe someday again.

DS

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