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One-room New York Cabin In The Woods

We have featured some amazing retreats over the last couple of years, but none as special as this wooden cabin in Yulan, NY. It is owned by fashion stylist and interior designer Scott Newkirk, he wanted a place to escape in the weekends from the hectic city life. A place completely disconnected from technology, with no electricity or running water, no TV or computer. A place Scott can slow down and enjoy what nature has to offer before heading back to his demanding profession. via

Check out these other amazing weekend retreats: Cliff-top House in Chile , The Hemloft weekend cabin




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Huckberry Interior
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CHALKBOARD PAD

We live in a time it seems that everyone wants the latest in technology. This Chalkboard Pad is nice for a change and reminds us of the times when we actually took written notes. It is made from reclaimed wood, reclaimed black leather and chalkboard paint. The old schoolhouse chalk board is great for grocery lists, sketches, messages and plans. There is a hole in the top for hanging. via...
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BUFFALO TENT

Alien Buffalo is a new brand that designs modernized camping equipment. Their new line of shelters is built specifically for use while traveling, on expeditions, and at outdoor festivals, it is inspired by the structural design that has served nomadic people well for thousands of years, a triangular pyramid-like dwelling. The Buffalo Tent is a state-of-the-art shelter, it has no center pole, and the fabric is already attached to the an anodized aluminum frame that f...
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SMARTPHONE CONTROLLED PAPER AIRPLANE

PowerUp 3.0 turns your self-made paper airplane into a smartphone-controlled flying machine! The process is very simple, create your paper airplane, attach the PowerUp 3.0 smart module, and connect it via Bluetooth to the app on your smartphone (Android & iOS). You can then push throttle to full and launch the paper airplane high up into the sky, where you can control it up to a 180 feet/ 55 meter range, for 10 minutes! You can tilt your smartphone or tablet rig...
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