02/24/12 - 9:24am
When I was young and knew everything, I thought camping in a war-surplus tent was just ducky. I don't know much anymore, but I do know that cabins are more comfortable than tents.
Much as I'd like to, I'll never forget a deer hunt on Montague Island during a rainstorm of biblical proportions. It would've been grim in a tent, but we stayed warm and dry in our cabin while the clouds unloaded and the wind howled and shrieked through the long night. Another time, on a fly-out fishing trip in the Interior, mosquitoes would've drained us dry if we hadn't taken sanctuary in a cabin.