A Cabin In The Woods For Those Seeking A Wilderness Refuge
HAC received delivery of its first cabin on the Cherryville retreat property. It was a very high-tech affair in that the 14 foot cabin was taken through the lane through the woods by a robot called a "mule" that was controlled by a very skilled freight hauler from 5 Star Buildings in Cuba, Missouri. The operation took only about thirty minutes to unload the cabin, load it on the mule and drive it down the lane to its final position on the ridge. The operation was executed without a flaw.
HAC is placing three cabins along the spine of the northern ridge of the retreat property overlooking a small pond. There will be tent camping sites along the same trail. The first cabin delivered today is the smallest of the three that will be put in place before March of 2016.
Said Tom Tessereau, HAC's headmaster, "this is getting fun". HAC president and co-owner of the retreat development, David Kenyon, a veteran of the construction industry, was reported to be in awe of the robotic transport trailer and mule and is trying to figure out how to talk his wife into getting him one for Christmas.
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