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My Cabin: Bonus Photos for "Historical Roots"

Artifacts lend authenticity to this Wisconsin cabin
By Emily Hare
Published: January 18, 2013
Photo by Jack Palmer
In the My Cabin section of the March 2013 issue of Cabin Life, Jack Palmer told you the story of his cabin in Land O' Lakes, Wis. The cabin was built to honor Jack's memories of his childhood, when he used to visit his grandfather's cabin in Virginia. Since being built, the cabin has undergone many additions and updates to become a full-time home for Jack and his family. They continue to honor the past by displaying many historical artifacts throughout the cabin. Here are a few bonus photos that we didn't show you in the magazine.
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Photo by Jack Palmer
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When the Palmers first built their cabin, they had it designed so that it could accommodate an expansion in the event that they decided to retire there. That's exactly what they did, adding a hybrid timber frame/log bedroom and office addition as well as a garage with a connecting bridge.
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