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Thanksgiving in a log cabin II

Location: White Mountains, AK, USA

More pics taken over Thanksgiving.

24 Nov 2006, 7:51AM

Bundled up in Mark's winter coat and rabbit fur hat - kept me nice and toasty...

24 Nov 2006, 6:26AM

Mark and George.

24 Nov 2006, 11:03AM

Me and Michelle up in the loft of the cabin, where 6 of us slept with sleeping mats and bags.

24 Nov 2006, 10:32AM

What wonderful uses headlamps have!

24 Nov 2006, 11:07PM

Pretty view from our cabin.

24 Nov 2006, 10:53PM

Not a great photo - but it's the only one I have of the loft we slept in... and of the tiny window that kept us from overheating in the sauna-like cabin, heated by this tiny little wood stove!

24 Nov 2006, 11:22PM

Mark chopping wood for the stove...

24 Nov 2006, 11:08PM

Not so very pretty picture of a sleepy me from the cabin window.

24 Nov 2006, 11:48PM

The name of our small abode for two nights.

24 Nov 2006, 11:32PM

...and carrying it indoors with Ryan. I love how his glasses steamed up due to the contrast in temperature between outdoors and inside.

24 Nov 2006, 11:49PM

And the cabin itself... Picturesque, isn't it? And very small for 9 people... Kept us nice and cosy, that's for sure.

24 Nov 2006, 11:48PM

Another view at late afternoon (3ish!) from the cabin.



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Mark and George.

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Bundled up in Mark's winter coat and rabbit fur hat - kept me nice and toasty...

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What wonderful uses headlamps have!

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Me and Michelle up in the loft of the cabin, where 6 of us slept with sleeping mats and bags.

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Not a great photo - but it's the only one I have of the loft we slept in... and of the tiny window that kept us from overheating in the sauna-like cabin, heated by this tiny little wood stove!

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Pretty view from our cabin.

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Not so very pretty picture of a sleepy me from the cabin window.

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Mark chopping wood for the stove...

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...and carrying it indoors with Ryan. I love how his glasses steamed up due to the contrast in temperature between outdoors and inside.

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The name of our small abode for two nights.

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Another view at late afternoon (3ish!) from the cabin.

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And the cabin itself... Picturesque, isn't it? And very small for 9 people... Kept us nice and cosy, that's for sure.