If you’re anything like me, you spend at least 67% of your time on the Internet looking at the things you want. And what do we all want? Cabins.
The most drool-worthy dwellings must look like they were hand-built, and at the same time feature exorbitant features like granite showers carved to mimic Yosemite Falls, or ginormous pieces of lumber you’d only find in a five star ski lodge. The cabin must be nearly impossible to get to, gets extra points if it’s on a lake, and is especially lovable if it features an A-frame. I’ve done my fair share of ogling photos online, but I also have a bad (read: awesome) habit of using my telephoto to creep on cabins in the wild. Below are my favorite finds.
Lake Chelan, Washington State
Kenosha Pass. Crested Butte, Colorado
Stehekin, Washington State
Gothic Road. Crested Butte, Colorado
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