I’m spending this Labor Day weekend lazing around and helping Steve recover from the hot, sticky, horrid Rock ‘n’ Roll Virginia Beach Half-Marathon, which he valiantly finished on my behalf, and which I am deeply glad I did not have to run myself.
The heat and humidity made us both rejoice in the fact that fall is almost here, bringing honeycrisp apples and butternut squash to our local farm stand and deliciously cool camping trips to our schedule. We’re planning one for October to one of our beloved PATC (Potomac Appalachian Trail Club) cabins, and the trip sparked a story idea for which I need your help.
I’m writing a story about the 10 best North American backcountry cabins, or rustic (read: no electricity) cabins that you can hike to (or bike to, or canoe to) and sleep in. I’ll be including one or two PATC cabins, but I’m looking for more. Got a suggestion? Post it below to earn my deep and eternal gratitude!