Cabin living is closer to nature. Outside your front door are trails for hiking and cross-country skiing. Explore nearby duck ponds. Pick blueberries. Avoid the moose. Photograph nature in all seasons. There's a community garden. Live Green!
About Nature Cabins
Nature Cabins offer clean, private, quiet living for the short-term vacationer (weekly & monthly), and economical long-term leases for local residents (most often University of Alaska Fairbanks students). The solar cabins are completely furnished for short-term summer vacations. For available dates, see my web page at HomeAway.com.
Just back to basics
Cabin living is rustic but comfortable. It's a simpler lifestyle with heat and electricity, but no running water. "What's this?" you say! No running water?! Residents haul water in five-gallon jugs for cooking, brushing teeth, and hand-washing. For a complete cleanup, you can always visit the local public swimming pool to take a shower or sauna (university students usually go to the university gym). Cabins have clean outhouses or indoor composting toilets.