Sunday was our final day at the cabin. Since we needed to be out by 11, I got up early to make breakfast and rouse the girls. I had them pack and clean up while I made pancakes and bacon.
It was warm enough that morning to eat on the porch, and we lingered, wishing we could stay longer. However, we did have to pack up and leave. I shooed the girls to the car with all our things so I could take some photos of the cabin without its looking like a slumber party exploded all over it.
The bathroom with its glorious soaking tub. There's also a shower stall. I think the whole bathroom was about the size of Maya's bedroom.
The living/dining area. Cozy is an overused word, but it's really the best one here. I really want to come back in the fall.
Full kitchen, including most of the dishes you'd need, a toaster and a coffee maker.
There was plenty of coffee and tea, but I don't know if it was provided or just left from previous tenants.
The sleeping loft. The smaller bed has a trundle bed underneath. So this room will easily sleep four.
The screened in porch. I really love the roofing because it lets more light filter in.
The view from the deck. You can just make out the Glass House, where Trevor and I stayed last year, nestled in the trees.
The cabin. I want to stay here again in the fall, or perhaps try out the Log Cabin. these guys book up quickly, though, so I need to decide soon and start socking away some money.
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