Cabin Tour

Though I haven’t talked about it in a while, long-time readers know I can’t shut up about our cabin in Arnold, CA.

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Continue on for the inside tour.

We kind of came up spur of the moment yesterday and I didn’t bring my regular camera, so there are with my phone, but really not too bad.

This is what you’ll see upon entry, the great room and loft where I have my office. Yea, you’ll see what I mean as we go along but this place is a regular Cabela’s catalog thanks to the wife (not that I mind — it’s fun).

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And here’s the loft. I’m showing off with the tech setup, but that’s what it’ll be like at 6:30 a.m. tomorrow when the market opens. The DSL connection really screams up here, and I’ve got WiFi set up to the constant joy of all visitors.

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Here’s the master bedroom, upstairs and just down from the loft.

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Here’s the view of the great room from the loft, at the head of the stairs. Note the railing on the far wall. That’s where we cut a hole and finished the "basement" beginning about a year ago, completed right before Christmas.

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The kitchen, which is just off to the right as you enter.

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The main guest room, just off the great room.

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Here are the stairs heading down to the aforementioned addition.

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The hallway at the foot of the stairs.

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The dungeon. That’s the new guest room, no windows. I’m happy to inform guests that they’ll know what it’s like to sleep in a U.S. Navy ship stateroom after the lights are off. My first night in one of those, I woke up and had to turn on the bunk light to ensure I’d not gone blind in my sleep. It’s that dark.

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And here’s the entertainment room with the TV and games and such, right at the end of the downstairs hall.

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I just realized…no bathroom pics. There are 2 1/2 baths and they’re cool because they all have the same style of cedar vanities with custom wood counter-tops.

So there you have it. Now do you get why I can’t shut up about it?


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