I bought the plans online and spent most of July and August building this in my back yard. Everything is built in 6' sections that bolt together. It all was able to fit in the back of my 6x10 trailer.
The floor is built out of treated 2x4s, and 3/4" plywood. The walls and roof are out thin plywood that's sealed with outdoor paint and a special coating on the roof.
|Top view before walls and the roof were added.|
|Fully framed, ready to add plywood for sides and roof.|
|Plywood tacked up. It didn't get nailed down until we disassembled it.|
|Everything packed up and Equinox pulled it fine.|
We were excited to drive up since it had been almost a year since we went up. We set the cabin up in a day and then slept in it that night.
|Going up fairly nice.|
For electricity I simply wired up an outdoor receptacle and back fed it into the cabin. Inside the cabin it's simply one box to plug into. It works for now. After we insulate it I'll install a few receptacles around the cabin. For now were able to plug in a light, fan or heater. I have a recreational electrical box with the ability to run 220 if I want. Right now we have a 30 amp camper plug and a standard 20 amp receptacle that we can plug into.