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Moving back into a dry cabin.

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Well at least this one has an internal water system with hot and cold running water to the kitchen sink and a shower.  Still have an outhouse though.

http://cloud9doula.wordpress.com/2012/08/16/hamptonland-chateau/

post #2 of 8

Alaska moms are awesome!  Your new place looks great and I love your living-cheap plan. Dh does a lot of work on the tundra north of Fairbanks and loves every moment there.  He is always trying to finagle a permanent position so we can move their permanently.  

 

Good luck to you!  

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What a great cabin! Enjoy your new adventure!

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Wow, G!  Where's this one?  I love the floor layout, and am jealous!  My days in a dry cabin were one-room, with two littles and jug water for dishes. ;) 

 

Take care and happy purging!

 

love, p
 

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Thanks all.  Spruce, it's out the Parks.  I'm now proud to be an ESTERITE!  WOOT!

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Here's how it looks now.  I made these curtains too. 

 

 

 

 

 

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I LOVE it!! What a beautiful home!

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Thank you.  It's so cozy and homey feeling, especially now that it is winter.  Snow always makes me want to snuggle down at home and this is certainly a good place for that.

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