Whether at camp, at the lake, in the mountains or high off in the backwoods, we all cherish our memories of summer vacations at the cabin. Maybe it ... Show synopsis Whether at camp, at the lake, in the mountains or high off in the backwoods, we all cherish our memories of summer vacations at the cabin. Maybe it was enjoying the coziness of log bunk beds, playing games with cousins and friends, diving off wooden-plank docks, fishing from the riverbank, being lulled by the rustling breeze or mesmerized by the riffling stream or slapping waves--whatever, these experiences linger in our memories. The homes and camps presented in Cabins are making new memories for today's families. Some are contemporary homes that incorporate rustic furniture; some are traditional cabins with great rooms and high ceilings. All exude the warmth of wood railings and stone. Engaging, impassioned, and always entertaining, Kylloe has an eye for rustic detail and signature style of photography that makes this, his thirteenth design book, exquisite in every regard. These homes feature idyllic settings for family fun and entertaining, masterfully crafted rock fireplaces and sensual rustic furnishings to covet. Featuring homes across the upper United States, from New England and New York to Montana and Washington. Ralph Kylloe is a leading authority on rustic furniture and architecture and is the owner of the Ralph Kylloe Gallery at Lake George in New York's Adirondack Mountains. He is the author of thirteen previous rustic design books, including Cabin in the Woods, Cabins and Camps, Rustic Artistry for the Home, Rustic Traditions, The Rustic Cabin, and Adirondack Home.