finding a cab within driving distance is like finding a briefcase full of money in the woods.I got really lucky when I found mine. :trink40:
I was going to sell it initially when I bought it but nobody wanted it at the time, and a friend of mine talked me out of it as well.
thats not funny.You'll find a lot of these old cabs by just walking around in the woods in Michigan. Most of them have the glass and clear plastic replaced with camo painted sides and we call 'em deer blinds. :sidelaugh
Actually, you are right. You would be amazed at what gets used for deer blinds around here. Most blinds are rather inconspicuous but there are a certain number of people that drive or tow old cars, buses, motor homes, and just about anything else they can think of into the woods and leave them there. Sadly, long after they stop hunting that area the hulks of their 'deer blinds' remain as a blight in the woods. I have several beautiful huge white oak trees up in my woods that someone chained metal chairs to as blinds many years ago before we purchased the land. The chains and chairs have grown into the trees so there is no good way to remove them. Other trees have steel spikes and steps driven into them that are now permanently embedded in them.thats not funny.