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Living in a dry cabin.

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Living in a dry cabin.

I recently started a blog to share our waterless cabin adventures with my southerly friends. It's appropriatly named "Alaska, the Madness: Bloggity Stories of the North". Thought some of you may enjoy following us on our adventures.

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1. Re: Living in a dry cabin.

Thanks for sharing this! I began reading it on iditarod and am most interested since we have a solar pump cabin off-grid. I look forward to keep up with your adventures, 1stimestar.

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Thanks for sharing your blog, 1stimestar! I look forward to checking it out.

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I, too, followed your blog through Iditarod. Gave me a few laughs and tons of memories. I remembered carrying water and using outhouses many years ago. I just shook my head, and said a prayer for you. Been there, done that, don't want to do it again! Good luck to you.

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Lol turu, it's sometimes simply exhausting. But, we are adjusting. I have the cutest shower set up as of last night so can't wait till I have time to post about it there.

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Shower/porta pottie enclosure are done and pictures are up.

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I also uploaded pictures of how we get our water and the snow we got on April 15.

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7. Re: Living in a dry cabin.

What a nice cozy cabin......all the comforts !!....

Fairbanks, Alaska
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Ah my most recent post about going up the Yukon River to my friends' cabin out of Eagle then back to Chicken, AK for Chickenstock. Great fun.

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Oh my Chickenstock! I am loving this, 1stimestar. Thank you thank you so much. We love visiting Chicken so it's fun to see more of it.

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10. Re: Living in a dry cabin.

Thank you. You should go next year. I plan on going again sans kids next year.