BearyManilowe Posted June 28, 2015 Share Posted June 28, 2015 I've walked into a handful of cabins in the Canadian wilderness at Mystery Lake and I've noticed that very few have fire places. I find it hard to believe that actual cabins in the frozen Tundra would only rely on microwaves, ovens (which we can't light) and insulation to keep you warm in -27 degree weather. I get that when we get in, we inherently warm up and it prevents freezing but I'd like to see some fireplaces in the smaller cabins. I've found several cabins that I'd like to stay in for a day or two, but I noticed that I have to cook my meat outside. It just seems strange that cabins wouldn't have a way of heating. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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