Off-the-grid cabin, St. Francis River, New Brunswick, Canada.
Contributed by Stephen Spang, who says:
"I built this cabin in 1969 when I was 26 years old, and still own it. I bought its acre of land from a friend for $1 and a bottle of Scotch!
We have kept the camp simple, utilizing Coleman 2-burner stove for cooking, kerosene lamps for lighting, and block ice for refrigeration. We heat with a box wood-stove, and use an antique kerosene-fueled puddle burner (vented) for night time warmth when it’s really cold. We run water from the spring 300’ up the hill behind the cabin through a hose into the kitchen.
I once read that a test of having chosen a good cabin site is if returning to it is more pleasurable with each visit. This camp has that effect.”
"We got really lonely and named all of the bunny rabbits that lived in the bush in our front yard." Get to know musical duo Tennis over on the UO blog!