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A Cabin Built on Tradition

This lakehome was built around family treasures

By Lucie B. Amundsen
Published: January 20, 2011
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The Churchills spend as much time entertaining outside as inside their completely remodeled cabin. “We love hanging out by the fire with friends and good food,” says Jeff.
Photo by Steve Umland
Cabins can become unintentional depositories for castoff furnishings and yard sale treasures donated by family and friends. Over the years, odd items can mysteriously accumulate, and the next thing you know you’re staring down hula-skirted troll dolls while drinking out of a flamingo coffee mug.
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