Coincidence...but gotta say seeing that made me feel like..."this is my kind of company". Ha!
We have reached out to several builders with little to no response. I think I finally found one. Crossing our fingers.Love the Bronco and the cabin!
I am looking to build one like that in Wi near Chetek.
i have an oxford white Sasquatch en route. Nice!
How easy was it to find builder?
Wow! Just wow!Wow, congrats! Life long lake lover as I grew up on the St. Croix river in Wisconsin. We built our retirement dream home on Gull Lake MN and I can't wait to get my dock and boats back in the water. Nothing better than summers spent in the Lake Country of WI, MN, and MI!
Sunrise from last Labor Day weekend and another from mid October.
Nice looking garage. Not very secure. I don‘t want anyone even being able to see into my garage much less access with a glass cutter or rock
It’s about a 2:30-2:45 drive and we get up roughly 1-2 times/month, year round. Sometimes just for a weekend, sometimes longer depending on work/school schedules.Sounds great. How often do you take advantage of your cabin? For is it's going to be about a 4.5 hour drive. However, it's just so different and beautiful...we decided it was worth the drive.
Jealous! We are in San Diego for the weekend for my daughter’s college graduation ceremonies. Normally we would never miss being at the lake for the long Memorial Day weekend. I can only enjoy it through our security cameras.I just had to find this thread again since I took delivery earlier this week and finally have it up at the cabin.
Happy Memorial Day weekend, everyone!
Not quite yet. However, the contract is signed for the Modern Alpine cottage.Agreed! Have you started construction yet?
Jealous! We are in San Diego for the weekend for my daughter’s college graduation ceremonies. Normally we would never miss being at the lake for the long Memorial Day weekend. I can only enjoy it through our security cameras.
Awesome place and what a view! I grew up in San Diego...it's a great place too! My son almost ended up at UCSD to play volleyball and a good friend of mine went to San Diego State. Btw...how did you manage to build so close to the lake given the setbacks?