Episode 13: Heading Back North is LIVE!
Erik and I are back after a break and we couldn’t be more excited. We can’t wait to share this brand new season with you. It is surely going to be packed full of great interviews, music and more!
We start off this episode with sharing a sweet email from @CampGilmore on Instagram and Stacy shares the wonderful story of her cabin perfectly named Potluck Cabin.
Photo: @CampGilmore on Instagram
Up next, Erik shared a song called “Going North” by Missy Higgins, a perfect song to enjoy on your way up north!
Following this song, Erik shared another song from Charlie Berens and Greuel called “Goin Up Nort.” This song is a fun listen for sure!
Then, I share an article about the oldest cabins in America highlighting the oldest cabin, a cabin from 1638. This cabin is one bedroom and built from oak, and is now for sale for the first time in 50 years for $2.9 million dollars.
Coincidentally, Erik shares an update on this home, whose price has been significantly reduced to $800,000 dollars.
Following this, I share another “Cabin in the News” about the history of cabins and how they were perceived in their earliest form.
“Building their own log cabin was a stepping stone to a better life, education and path for their children.” -Erik
I also share a fun fact that Lincoln Logs were created by Frank Loyd Wright’s son which was included in the second article.
“Things are built with craftsmanship and good materials, they can last a lifetime.” -Kristin
That concludes another episode of The Cabincast, be sure to tune in next week for some more cabin-filled content!