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Now, the real fun begins.

Okay, so you can’t get your own – yet. Live vicariously through this little project!

As you know, we’ve just completed assembly on my EZ Log USA sport utility building – up and ready for occupancy in two days! If you want more information, go here.

Now, time to “gear it up.” My two primary uses: a quiet place to write the book, and as a general, congenial, relaxing place for folk like us to hang out.

No restrictions except capacity – it is about 13′ x 13′ square. Power will be “green,” we are going to make an exercise of keeping this little structure off the grid.

What would you put inside or outside to make it “homey?”

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Ow, my aching back! But it’s a good problem to have, when you’ve spent the weekend building a new writing cabin in the backyard. Oh, I had help. Ron, Colleen, and Pasha from EZ Logs USA as well as my lovely wife Karen did the majority of the work. And now, I can testify to the utilitarianism, versatility and downright cool factor of these incredible do it yourself “sport utility buildings.”

Yep, one weekend, and a functional, beautiful man cave-hiding place-art studio-you name it place of your own. And I’m helping them find dealers throughout the U.S. for these great European buildings. Find out more here.

Here is a quick summary of the weekend:

The site, Saturday 9 a.m.

Cinder blocks and foundation boards …

Walls going up – just like Lincoln Logs.

And the roof.

5 p.m. Sunday: Way to go everyone! Thanks.

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What’s going on here? Spent the day clearing and leveling a pad for our new “Sportsmen’s Structure.” It’ll serve as my wife’s art studio, man cave and writing cabin for me (now do you get the pun in the headline?). I’m helping the company on TV to recruit dealers, so you’ll soon be seeing more on the show. And here. And here, when we build it next weekend. Interested in learning more? Send me a note at scottlindenoutdoors@gmail.com.

Before, a neglected corner in an otherwise nice yard.

The grubbing begins.

In the thick of things.

Ready for the new structure. Stay tuned.

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