Woodsburner is a modern take on Thoreau’s grand experiment in “small” living. A quaint cabin nestled in the south eastern Adirondacks offering visitors a chance to escape to a natural setting while retaining all the modern amenities of 21st century living.
Famous American author and transcendentalist, Henry David Thoreau made a regrettable mistake in April, 1844. A year before he settled into the “simple life” at Walden Pond, he struck a match to start a cooking fire in the woods around Concord, Massachusetts. The incident accidentally ignited a forest fire that consumed 300 acres. The events of that day appear to have altered the course of Thoreau’s life and American history.
“A man is rich in proportion to the number of things which he can afford to let alone.” Henry David Thoreau - Walden
- Built 2010
- Sleeps 2-4 / Master bedroom, (w/ fireplace) pull out sofa bed & 2nd floor loft
- Stove, refrigerator, microwave, washer, dryer, cable TV
- Screened in porch
- Fire pit (NO WOOODSBURNERS HERE PLEASE)
SORRY, NO PETS ALLOWED