Architect: Small, seasonal cabins are a dying breed in Minnesota
Published 10/27/2011, Duluth News Tribune
When it comes to the cabin tradition in Minnesota and Wisconsin, probably no one knows more than Dale Mulfinger. The Minneapolis-based architect has spent two decades researching and teaching the subject and says small, seasonal cabins are a dying breed as they’re converted to year-round retreats or replaced with lake homes.Word count: 787
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