A Washington Cabin Has Special Memories

A little lake cabin with a special history

How a Family Slowly Updated Their Cabin Over Time

A family evolves and updates their cabin over time to make the perfect place

This Kootenai National Forest Off-Grid Cabin Is Close to Nature

A Kootenai National Forest off-grid cabin is transformed into a family retreat

Why a Foreclosed Cabin Might Be What You’re Looking For

A foreclosed cabin might be the log home of your dreams if you search hard enough.

The Ozark Cabin Where Memories Are Made

"Whether we are in Manhattan or the Ozarks; home is where you spend time, make memories and build traditions."

Why the Cabin is Our Happy Place

The cabin is our happy place because we can treasure the time away from everyday-life

How a Cabin Getaway Helped a Family Heal

A generational retreat becomes a place of healing

My grandparents have owned a cabin in Pequot Lakes, Minn., for over 40 years. I grew up going to the cabin with them, making memories, such as fishing with my Snoopy pole, enjoying campfire s’mores, eating dinner on their pontoon boat, having scavenger hunts in the woods, taking […]

My Cabin: A Little Cabin in the Woods

Finding serenity in little cabin in the woods.
Story & photos by Anne Grugel

Like many folks, it has been a lifelong dream of mine to own a little cabin in the woods. In October 2012, at 60 years young, my dream became a reality!

From my apartment in Syracuse, N.Y., I had spent many weekends driving north […]

The Longest Mile to the Remote, Rustic Cabin

Some cabins are worth a grueling hike in deep snow.
Story & Photos by John DiGirolamo

Well, I don’t actually own a cabin. But, I love the mountain cabin lifestyle. Occasionally, my family and I enjoy cabin living by spending a few days at one of the Summit Huts in Breckenridge, Colo. These rustic cabins are not […]

Back in Time – Christmas at the Cabin

“How would you like to spend Christmas at the cabin?”
By Christy Heitger-Ewing

I knew I was in trouble when I asked my son Kyler what he wanted for Christmas, and he replied, “A time machine.”

Gee whiz, when I was a kid, all I wanted was a winking Western Barbie.

“Where would you go in your time machine?” […]