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Big Springs, Idaho and Johnny Sack’s cabin — 18 Comments

  1. Amazing place I never heard of. I wonder what kind of dog he had. He was the Same highth as me. I saw a white dish pan like you sold me hanging on the wall. Cool furnishings. The stove was so freckin wonderful to. Ya all better rent a place like that and build one. We went through vayle, central and Dameron Valley twice. Saw a lot of cool things. Keep up the tall travel tails. Happy Fathers Day to Al.

  2. Added to my list. Thank you. I must admit to having developed a bit of a ghost crush on Johnny Sacks while reading this… thrifty, crafty and a dog lover? Don’t tell Jason but he sounds like he was the perfect man!

  3. That looked like a fabulous little cabin and the clear water with the trout looked so inviting. Great place. Have a marvellous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

  4. Oh.My.Dog. Ma says that is one of the most beautiful places she has ever seen. That river looks perfect for a good canoe trip especially with the crystal clear waters. The cabin is in the perfect spot! What a view! We can imagine sitting outside in the evening just listening to nature…oh, how relaxing. The cabin itself is charming and I love how the woodwork pattern on the floor matches the woodwork pattern on some of the walls. Some people are just amazingly talented and it looks like Mr. Johnny Sacks was one of them!
    Great post!
    Oz

  5. WOW!!!!! That is a paradise!!! Absolutely beautiful! And that’s extra amazing he made all of that stuff! Very talented indeed! Thank you for sharing! I would love to visit one day!
    xx husky hugz
    ownedbyahusky.blogspot.ca

  6. We are going to Idaho this summer and will definitely put this on our list. What a charming home.

  7. What a gorgeous area…looks like something from the days of little house on the prairie, so pristine!

  8. What an amazing piece of art/craftsmanship. What love and care went into his home… every bit of it filled with his energy, pride, and gentle touch. Imagine the patience and stick-to-itness it took to complete his home. It’s awesome that it is open to the public, a personal piece of art. thank you so much for sharing it with us.

  9. What a cool place. That cabin is so cute. We have a “Big Spring” here in Michigan too. It is in the Upper Peninsula. It is a cool place with clear water just like the one you visited.

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