Built in 1960, this cedar cabin was constructed entirely from milled cedar power poles. During the course of a single summer, everything from the drop siding to the tongue/grooved paneling to the 2- by 6-foot rafters to joists were walked in about a quarter mile. A “sand point” was driven about 16 feet into the ground with a pitcher pump added, providing the hunters with cooking and washing water for the past 50-plus years. “Hydawain” is heated by a vintage 1930s porcelain cooking range, and the lighting “system” consists of two white gas-powered Coleman lanterns. The rustic look of “Hydawain” is enhanced by the surrounding mature white pines. Needless to say everything is “old style” — much like the beer we drink here during hunting season.
|NY Mets||1||Bottom 6th Inning|
|St. Louis||5||Bottom 7th Inning|
|Chicago Cubs||3:05 PM|
|San Francisco||3:05 PM|
|LA Angels||3:05 PM|
|Chicago WSox||3:05 PM|
|Oklahoma City||7:00 PM|
|LA Clippers||9:30 PM|
|Holy Cross||6:00 PM|
Poll: Should the lake where the albino muskie was caught remain a mystery?