CABIN PORN ;-)


What a cool sight this is….Free Cabin PORN

No, it’s not porn but holy check out the cabins ranging from huts to glamour.  I actually spent sometime at the Greenleaf Hut in New Hampshire.  I used to work for the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) there is a great hut system up in the White Mountains that you have to hike to.

Anyway, that should be for another post.  Just gave myself an idea.  ;-) But if you have the time not only check out this site but as well as the AMC.  There are 37 pages of these cabins and I highly recommend flipping though all the pages.  Such a cool site!

A treehouse in the woods near Whistler, British Columbia, Canada.<br /><br /><br /><br />
Submitted by Joel Allen.

A treehouse in the woods near Whistler, British Columbia, Canada.

  • Ski Patrol Cabin in Eaglecrest Ski Area outside Juneau, Alaska. <br /><br /><br /><br />
Submitted by Bryn Estes.

    Ski Patrol Cabin in Eaglecrest Ski Area outside Juneau, Alaska.

    Submitted by Bryn Estes.

  • Appalachian Mountain Club’s Greenleaf Hut in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.<br /><br /><br /><br />
Photograph by Ryan Shorosky.

    Appalachian Mountain Club’s Greenleaf Hut in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

    Photograph by Ryan Shorosky.

  • Timber frame cabin overlooking the Valhalla mountain range in Silverton, British Columbia.  <br /><br /><br /><br />
Photographed and submitted by Bryce Duffy.

    Timber frame cabin overlooking the Valhalla mountain range in Silverton, British Columbia.

    Photographed and submitted by Bryce Duffy.

  • Rural Studio’s 20k House versions VIII and X in Hale County, Alabama.

    Photographs by Timothy Hursley.

  • Log cabin in rural Nebraska, 1974.<br /><br /><br /><br />
Via Emma Brooke. Photographer unknown.

    Log cabin in rural Nebraska, 1974.

    Via Emma Brooke. Photographer unknown.

  • For all of you with little makers and builders, check out DIY by one of the CP editors. DIY allows kids to collect all the things they create — including their treehouses and forts — as they grow up!

    For all of you with little makers and builders, check out DIY by one of the CP editors. DIY allows kids to collect all the things they create — including their treehouses and forts — as they grow up!

  • Bike shop headquarters of Randi Jo Fabrications in Elkton, Oregon.

    (Source: Flickr / rainypeakcyclery)

  • Glaciology cabin near Sentinel Glacier, British Columbia, Canada.<br /><br /><br /><br />
Submitted and photographed by Mike Conlan.

    Glaciology cabin near Sentinel Glacier, British Columbia, Canada.

    Submitted and photographed by Mike Conlan.

  • A Summer House on Sandhamn, an island in the Swedish archipelago east of Stockholm.<br /><br /><br /><br />
Submitted and photographed by Victoria Roberts

    A Summer House on Sandhamn, an island in the Swedish archipelago east of Stockholm.

    Submitted and photographed by Victoria Roberts

  • From Peter Turner in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada:</p><br /><br /><br />
<p>My 12’ X16’ cabin on Echo Lake, where I have lived since December of 2005.  No running water and outdoor toilet (ok, it’s a little nippy at -40 C) but electricity, a propane stove for heat, high speed internet and a wireless LAN.  I have a spectacular view of a small lake, and mountains behind.  In summer, a family of loons nest every year, and in winter ice skating, snowshoeing and cross country skiing can be spectacular! <br /><br /><br /><br />

    From Peter Turner in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada:

    My 12’ X16’ cabin on Echo Lake, where I have lived since December of 2005.  No running water and outdoor toilet (ok, it’s a little nippy at -40 C) but electricity, a propane stove for heat, high speed internet and a wireless LAN.  I have a spectacular view of a small lake, and mountains behind.  In summer, a family of loons nest every year, and in winter ice skating, snowshoeing and cross country skiing can be spectacular!

  • Adrian Morner Hansen is restoring an 18th century cabin an hour south of Stockholm, Sweden.

    Follow along here.

  • Hackney Shed by Office Sian in London, England.

  • 19th Century outbuildings in the ghost town of Bodie, California.

    Photographs by Jace Cooke.

  • Charles Bello has spent the last 40 years handbuilding a succession of homes with timber cut and milled from his 400 acres in Northern California.

    Photos by Leslie Williamson.

    Learn more about his quest to acquire and preserve redwood forests at www.savetrees.org.

    (Source: The New York Times)

  • Unpermitted beach huts in Barra de Valizas, Uruguay.

    Photographs by ficover

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