Adirondack Cabin

by Kent Griswold on October 23rd, 2008. 3 Comments
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One of the neat things about keeping things small is the beauty of simplicity. I came across this neat Adirondack cabin and just love the basic style of the lean-to converted into a small cabin, simply by adding a log front, windows, and a door. The hand scribed logs are chiseled for a perfect fit and the craftsmanship is outstanding. The inside dimensions of this lean-to are 12 feet by 8 feet.


A lean-to can be a refuge, a retreat, a shelter, a lunch spot, an inspiration point, and a home away from home. To learn more visit the Adirondack Lean-to Company.

3 Responses to “Adirondack Cabin”

  1. renee says:

    Why are all builders the same, I ordered one of these cabins 12×12 from this company, what got was a 12×9.5, The thruthewoods owner will not return a email. And if you call the message thing is full. so many promises, but as I said builders always a the same.collect the money and run. SO SAD.

    • Senex says:

      I made a trip to visit this guy at his shop with the intention of placing an order. The electricty was cut off at his shop and by the time I returned home in a few days his phone was disconnected and his website was down. Glad I took my business elsewhere.

  2. What a nice log house but on the other hand, what is that I am hearing?

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