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    Log Cabin

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    Nestled in the foothills of northern Maine sits a beautiful scenery of flowers, animals, insects, birds. Amongst these organisms a beautifully constructed log cabin of monumental size is nestled in the distance. Much of the land that is surrounding the log cabin has never been touched or even seen by man, but I feel like that is about to change. Many of the animals not ever seeing a human being in their life time are oblivious to humans and foolishly getting themselves in trouble. Much of the time

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    was looking around my little log cabin to find my boots. All I could see was a small space I call home. “Ah. There they are.” I say, setting my eyes on a pair of tan-brown hiking shoes next to the fireplace. I grab my nets from the corner of the room, right next to the door. “William!” Martha called before I went out. “you have to go fishing! We are low on food again!” “That’s exactly what I’m doing Martha!” I hollered before I closed the door to our little cabin. As I walked the half mile

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    takes place between Leroy and Norma. The craft building metaphor symbolizes Leroy wanting to restart his life and Leroy wanting to rebuild his life and Leroy wanting to rebuild his relationship with Norma. The craft building for Leroy to build a Log Cabin also foreshadows the outcome of the relationship. One reason the craft building metaphor is important is that it shows that Leroy wants to rebuild his life. In reflecting after his heavy impact accident, Leroy “realize that in all the years he

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    Log Cabin Benefits

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    Imagine sitting in a wicker chair on a log cabin porch with a warm breeze slowing blowing across your face, birds chirping in the trees, and frogs croaking in the distance. This is only one of the many mesmerizing activities that can be performed at a breathtaking log cabin hidden deep in the northern Wisconsin woods with its own private pond. The cabin is small and buried in the middle of a forest with only one bathroom, a kitchen, two bedrooms, an attic, and a basement with laundry machines to

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    Building A Campfire

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    There are many different campfire structures that can be built to start a fire while camping. The most common are the teepee, log cabin, dugout, and tunnel structures. Almost anyone can build these fires if he or she follows some key points. A fire needs three elements: air, fuel, and an ignition of some kind. For a campfire the air element is easily accessible; it's the air a person breaths or oxygen. Fuel is equivalent to wood. Sometimes lighter fluid is used to start big fires immediately

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    Misery by Stephen King

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    Misery by Stephen King Book Report The stories setting takes place in Western Colorado. In Western Colorado in a home of a retired nurse named Annie is where the whole story takes place. Annie's home is a two story log cabin out in the middle of nowhere. The closest neighbors are miles away. It takes place in the middle of winter snow storms. The story is about Paul Sheldon who is the author of a best-selling series of romance novels featuring its popular character Misery Chastain. Since 1974

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    Abraham Lincoln

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    throughout this research, I hope to answer them. Abraham Lincoln was born in Larue County, which is in Kentucky, February 12, 1809 on a Sunday morning. He, as well as most other people in those days, was born in a log cabin that was not necessarily the most well built. The Lincoln cabin, as stated on page 5 in vol. one of The Life of Abraham Lincoln, by William E. Barton, “was lacking in all modern conveniences and most modern comforts.” Abraham Lincoln was not born into a rich family who had achieved

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    Booker T. Washington

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    much about his family history other than his ancestors, form his mothers side, suffered in the middle passage of the slave ship while being conveyed from Africa to America. Washington and his family lived in a typical log cabin, which was fourteen by sixteen feet square. The log cabin was not only their living space, but also used as the kitchen for the plantation. His life went fast and devoted all of his time into some kind of labor each and everyday and no time for sports. After the civil war was

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    took up his offer. After a day long car ride with my father, uncle, and grandparents, I arrived at the location that would forever influence and inspire my life: Lost Lake, Minnesota. I first remarked on the cabin we were going to stay in, for it reminded me very much of the cabin on Log Cabin pancake syrup. I was also surprised at the trees: along with the beautiful pines were these trees with white bark. I asked my grandfather what kind of trees they were, and he told me that they were birch trees

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    Huckleberry Finn

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    new judge in town refuses to separate Huck from Pa. Soon thereafter, Pa steals Huck away from the Widow's house and takes him to a log cabin. Huck says that he enjoys the life at first, but he soon decides to escape after Pa starts to frequently beat him. Soon thereafter Pa returns to the town and Huck seizes the chance to escape. He saws his way out of the log cabin, kills a pig and spreads the blood as if it were his own, and then takes a canoe and floats downstream to Jackson's Island. Once there

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