Laurel Ann, originally “Number 5” until the mid 1970’s, also one of one of the eight log cabins hired by Jim Harris to be constructed by a Swedish carpenter in the 1930’s for $60 apiece. Legend has it he worked through the winter. It was reconstructed in the 1970’s by Howdy Carlton, and subsequently Stewart Warren and is named for his amazing wife Laurel Ann, a gifted musician and seamstress. We can still hear her clear, clarion voice. It is winterized and there are two full beds as a bunk bed, and can accommodate four guests.
All of our cabins include wood stoves, firewood, beds and basic furnishings. Guest must bring their own bedding, cooking needs and lighting needs.