It must the sense of fall wanderlust settling, cause there's no place I can imagine I'd rather be on this grey, wet autumn day thanDeer Cabin near Flathead Lake in Montana.
This one-room, 300-square-foot log cabin is built in the Adirondack style, and sticks to the basics.
As Connie Stone, the cabin's owner remarks in the piece from Architectural Digest, “'Every man, including my husband, who walks in says, 'What more do you need?' relates Connie Stone. 'Even people you wouldn't think would respond to it want to be there washing the dishes and heating the water and all that.' “
Get the water boiling, Ms. Stone. We'll be there in just a bit.
Read the full article and see the whole slideshow at ArchitecturaldDigest.com: Deer Cabin Reverie