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Shoreline cabin on the banks of Lake O’Hara Lodge, Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada.

lake cottage boathouse: I can live in this all Summer long in my backyard "forest" as a get-away room

cabinfodder: Miller Hull Architects

Cabin on Decatur Island (San Juan Island chain), Washington. Designed by Miller Hull Architects.

The small log cabin that follows is from Big Foot Log & Timber Homes, based in British Columbia, Canada.  A charming architectural gem, it features a wraparound porch with large log railings.

A collection of small log cabin designs to warm your heart and stir your soul!

"All I ask is to live in a quaint little house with people I love in a pretty place, doing whatever God wants me to do. A lot of love and laughing and happy things will happen, and it will just be really lovely."  Photo by David Kaplan

"All I ask is to live in a quaint little house with people I love in a pretty place, doing whatever God wants me to do. A lot of love and laughing and happy things will happen, and it will just be really lovely." Photo by David Kaplan

For anyone who has dreamed of having a real log cabin in the woods, but still wants to keep it small, Washington based Mr. Cabin, Inc. builds substantial and very affordable log cabins that stay under 200 square feet.

For anyone who has dreamed of having a real log cabin in the woods, but still wants to keep it small, Washington based Mr. builds substantial and very affordable log cabins that stay under 200 square feet.

the-martian-chronicles:  traveloftengetlost:  A Rental Cabin on Orcas Island San Juan Islands, Washington, USA  This looks wonderful.

Boathouse rental cabin on Orcas Island, Washington State. If you don't own a cabin or "water" vacation home - this is the place to go in the San Juan Islands of Washington State, where you can "island hop" via Island Ferries.I loveee Washington

Portland Oregon

The Stone House Forest Park Portland Oregon photo. Stone House (aka Witches Castle) in the towering pine trees in Forest Park, near downtown Portland, Oregon. Covered in green lichen, moss, and ferns. An abandoned structure from the

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