The main bedroom has an end table and lamp with a very comfortable bed with soft bedding, a large chest of drawers and a mirror. The extra bedroom is a smaller bedroom with a very comfortable bed with soft bedding as well a small chest of drawers and a closet. Additionally there are two long leather couches and a leather loveseat couch with extra bedding where others could sleep if necessary.
Damage and Incidentals
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Bruce taught at the University of Kentucky in the Department of Restorative Dentistry. He was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1972 and labeled disabled in 1982 which ended his dental career. The family moved back home to Paradise, Utah, for family support in raising their five children, ages three to ten. Margie began her teaching career at Mountain Crest High School. They have all grown with families of their own and they still love the cabin and treasure memories they have as they grew.
Owner purchased this Cabin in 1989
Why Owner chose Hyrum
This property was sold from a larger land parcel and did not have road access. In the beginning it had a small pond, an unattended cabin in a rough, weedy area. Bruce and Margie saw the possibilities from the beginning - a place, if developed, which could be an escape from the tense circumstances of everyday life, a place of peace and a return to nature so one could evaluate one's life journey. The ten-acre plot of land was Bruce's way to provide a place to be together and to work together as the family grew. All members of the family worked hard to create, over the years, a beautiful cabin area that it is today.
What makes this Cabin unique
Description from someone who stayed at the cabin in 1919. "I have laid in this hammock for two hours, listening to the water cascading into the pond, to geese honking as they fly up the valley, to Sand Hill Cranes beyond the pond and two wild turkeys, but I don't know where they are. In every direction I look it is absolutely isolated and beautiful. I watched the cows and calves feeding in the pasture, watched all kinds of birds and two large Red-Tailed Hawks circling and landing in a bare branched tree top about one-half block away on the hillside. I've watched the horses behind the fence as they watched me almost as intently as I watched them. No, this is not Nearly Paradise, this is Paradise."