On an end table in the cabin is a guest book that states “What happens at the cabin, stays at the cabin”. I love reading the messages, in fact, it’s usually the first thing I do when someone checks out. They always tell us about their trip in the Ozarks, such as what hiking trails they ventured on, what restaurants they tried, or what wildlife they saw at the cabin. I noticed today that someone sketched this on the inside of the cover:
In late fall, I made a “snack exchange” basket in the cabin. I filled it with random snacks and left a note for cabin guests to take whatever they like, and leave something for the next guests. The basket has really grown with all sorts of options. I love that guests are taking part in this. Seems like such a small thing, but if you want something different or have a sweet tooth late in the day, it’s not as if there is a store around the corner to go pick something up.
Here at the cabin, we border the Ozark National Forest so you can expect to see wildlife. Black bears are a possibility and have been seen around the property already this season. Have your binoculars and zoom lens ready for a great photo! Always remember to keep a safe distance. Also do not leave food outside the cabin or in your vehicle. You can usually shoo’ a bear off by yelling at it and clapping your hands making lots of noise. Many will consider themselves lucky to see a black bear. For more info, you can visit this link Arkansas Black Bear facts
Spring is almost here……. or at least we thought so a couple days ago. The weather had warmed up to abnormally high temps for February. The flowers began to bloom in confusion, grass attempted to green, but then here we are at 22 degrees Saturday morning. Winter isn’t over yet but it will be soon enough. Spring dates at the cabin are booking up quickly. My calendar on the VRBO listing is always up to date so you can use that as a guide to select your dates or you can email email@example.com or call 870-428-5973.
We had about 3″ of snow at the cabin Thursday night and it made for a beautiful scene the next morning. Winter is a great time to visit the Ozarks. There are lots of availabilities this time of year, call 870-428-5973.
Fall is coming to an end but there are still leaves on the trees. Here are some updated pictures from the cabin.
Here are two pictures from the deck, and a closer view at the valley.
The driveway to the cabin
Only a 20 minute drive from the cabin is Whitaker Point (aka Hawksbill Crag), which is a beautiful hike in the fall or any time of year. I took this last weekend
There are some openings this week, call me at 870-428-5973.
Winter is generally a slower time here in the Ozarks. However, it’s perfect for hiking, campfires, & s’mores. The massive rocks and boulders that were covered by bushes during the Spring and Summer and suddenly opened up and amazing. Rates are slightly lower from Jan 1st to March 15th also! Since the cabin is not 100% booked during these times, if weather prohibits you to make your reservation, we can easily re-schedule the next best date for you. Call 870-428-5973 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m always changing little things here & there around the cabin. I’ve updated the pictures to reflect the most recent changes. I will get some new outside pictures once the fall colors are in peak in a couple of weeks.