There are certain marketplace products that transcend purpose and functionality, and become an embodiment of a lifestyle or mindset. Take Jeeps or Harleys. These brands are so distinct among cars and motorcycles that to own one grants you membership into a special club, as owning one implies inherent interests that are unique to these products and unite these owners.
Cabins definitely fall into this category as well. More than just four walls and a roof, these structures symbolize an interest in the outdoors, a respect for nature (and, subsequently, natural materials), and a relaxed demeanor or ambience. To own one is to at once be part of a group that emphasizes a laid-back way of life and values the coming together of friends and family. The only requirement to join: an appreciation for all that life has to offer.
Inside the pages of our Annual Buyer's Guide for 2013 is step-by-step guidance to obtaining your membership card to the cabin owners club. From how to select land to build your own, to determining what type of cabin suits you, to selecting the finishing details that will imprint your personality and style onto your new place — with testimonials from current club members along the way — we help you navigate the process of acquiring a home that welcomes you not just to a new location but to a new way of life.
We're here to help you gain access to this club anyway we can. So take advantage of both the information found in this issue (available for sale in our Log & Timber Bookstore) and on our website (countrysbestcabins.com). And, as always, feel free to drop us a note any time.