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Lookout Tower Cabin

Fire lookout towers are gorgeous, historic and incredibly popular for those who really want a taste of solitary living. This is an elevated tiny cabin that is completely off-grid atop a 40-acre meadow on 160 acres of private land. Surrounded by the Umpqua National Forest in Douglas County, Oregon, the gorgeous retreat was enhanced with modern essentials. Guests will find an open-concept home with everything in the main room including two twin beds, a desk with a computer, a full kitchen, propane stove, refrigerator, heater and lamps, exterior shower, and windows all around to let in summer breezes and breath-taking views. Take the ladder to the second floor where there is a queen sized loft bed. You can even soak your cares away and relax in a secluded wood-fired, spring-fed hot tub.



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CLAYOQUOT WILDERNESS RESORT

Looking for a unique retreat that is equal parts luxurious and adventuresome? Try a little glamping at Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, spend an evening on the top of a mountain watching the sunset, then camping in a luxury tent. Inspired by late 19th century Great Camps, Clayoquot Wilderness Resort promises an exotic paradox of indulgent luxury and remote, untamed wilderness from the moment you step off the floatplane. Located in the breathtaking Clayoquot Sound Biosph...
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ROK ESPRESSO MAKER

ROK is a manual, non-electric espresso maker made from beautiful polished, high quality aluminum. Created with traditionalists and espresso enthusiasts in mind, ROK not only looks good but it is also environmentally friendly as the only power required is to heat the water as needed for an espresso. The process is very simple, boil some water, place your favorite coffee in the steel filter/portafilter, and lower the lever arms to brew your tasty espresso. ROK comes w...
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Food from the Fire

Swedish Michelin-starred chef Niklas Ekstedt, is a huge star of the Scandinavian restaurant world. In is restaurant EKSTEDT in Stockholm, they only use Scandinavian wood in order to give the food a unique character, cooking purely with fire, no gas or electricity. In the book "Food from the Fire" Ekstedt takes us through the five steps of building a fire pit from where to put it to the actual construction, the wood to use, and how to light it. He also takes you th...
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