I am proud of my brother, Dave, for many reasons. Most recently, I am proud of him for this.This is his cabin in the Maine woods. It’s made of recycled materials, creativity, and guts.
This is the loft – and a view of the lovely roof work. See my mom up there? She scampered up that ladder like a teenager.
This is the room under the loft. That’s a large bunk bed under the mosquito netting.
You can see the quilt I made for the cabin in this view. i am a quilter
(Here is the quilt, for those that requested a better view.) Thank you.
Here is the back porch with it’s reclaimed-from-an-old-dance-studio parquet floor.
And here is the kitchen. The cabin has electricity – and a refrigerator – but no running water.
So there is a composting toilet. That’s a bucket of sawdust to help the process along.
This is the shower room. You heat up some water (from the nearby spring) and go for it. The little plastic cup helps.
I was so awed to stand in this house and see the work and love and creativity that Dave and his family put into it. I hope you are as impressed as I am with this amazing creation.