I wanted to give you, my fans and vicariously-traveling followers (you know who you are!) a look into my cozy cabin. As you enter the door and peruse the ambiance in a counterclockwise direction you will see the industrial-era dining table, frig, counter and sink with storage above and beyond, stove and pots and pans, a funky couch (didn’t we torch furniture like this back at Columbia TN in the 1980’s?), my nest, some stuff (pre-pink flamingo banner), and Cristina’s nest.
All in all it’s quite comfortable. There is a space heater that does a pretty good job of heating the entire place as long as the outside temperature isn’t below freezing. When we use the microwave we have to be sure our laptops are not plugged in – ditto with the hair dryer – or else someone has to go outside and reset the circuit. There is an ample supply of pots, pans, tupperware, dishtowels, and general kitchen stuff. There are metal cabinets in the sleeping areas for storage, and a reading lamp on a bedside table. Oh yeah, and small rugs are by the beds so our tootsies stay warm as we get up in the frigid mornings.
The bathroom is a few steps away from our cabin. I wondered at first about sharing this with 6 other women but it all seems to work out. It’s not like any of us are so high-maintenance. We be cool.
View Inside the Door
My Nest is on the Right