Rain catch going directly into kitchen sink. Water must be bio-filtered before it exits the kitchen faucet. A black metal barrel, insulated on the Noth-facing side and with glass on the south-facing side, would provide hot water.
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PRIVATE ‘ALASKAN’ CABIN - Nicely built log dry cabin, built in 2004. Toyo and woodstove heat. Outhouse. Convenient location. Furniture at cabin (chairs and bookshelves) convey with sale. Rented for $500/month in recent past. Electric currently turned off. Property in excellent condition in private setting. Seller will owner finance with 10% with 15 year term. $65,000. MLS # 123039 Contact Judy Somers @ Somers & Associates, Realtors at (907) 388-7654 for further details.