Over the weekend, my son (Zach), one of his buddies (Sarn) and I visited the Worlds End State Park in north central Pennsylvania. It was about a 3 1/2 hour trek to the cabin that is nestled among the hemlocks. The Loyalsock Creek which runs less than a stone’s throw away was absolutely beautiful, with snow and ice clinging to the edges.
Upon our arrival it was cold and dark inside the cabin with a cold woodstove waiting for us. It didn’t take long for Zach to build a nice cozy fire turning the cabin into a comfortable cottage for the weekend.
The cabin was set up into two rooms. The main room was equipped with a wood stove, electric cook-stove, refrigerator and dining room table while the other room were the sleeping quarters with two double bunk beds. Oh yeah, no running water (grin)
It was the perfect bachelor’s cabin 🙂
Best of light,