Floor Plans

Courtesy of Scott, Our Builder, see the floor plans for the main house and the cabins. Click on the images to enlarge.

Floor plans for the house, where the onsite manager/chef will live and where the writers will gather for dinner each evening.
Floor plans for the house, where the onsite manager/chef will live and where the writers will gather for dinner each evening.
Not quite an exact representation of what the house will look like furnished. But close.
Not quite an exact representation of what the house will look like furnished. But close. The dinner table is the most important piece of furniture here.
And the cabin. All the mod cons, plus a built-in counter top-style desk across the west wall, where all the great work will be done.
And the cabin. All the mod cons, plus a built-in counter top-style desk across the west wall, where all the great work will be done.
And again, a representation of the cabin furnished. This is where the writers will spend their days working. All they have to do is look up from their keyboards to see Cook Inlet and Iliamna and Redoubt. An inspirational view if ever there was one. Just ask me.
And again, a representation of the cabin furnished. This is where the writers will spend their days working. All they have to do is look up from their keyboards to see Cook Inlet and Iliamna and Redoubt. An inspirational view if ever there was one. Just ask me.

5 thoughts on “Floor Plans

  1. i leave this reply asa teeny dream – of coming to a place like this and writing a book someday maybe – i love this dream – i dont know how to get there but i know it is possible anyway – marilee helen jenkinson – sis ter to an alaska fisherman who died three years ago – a man i miss – i read all the books of dana stabenow – wondering if you ever met my brother bruce jenkinson
    – he knew a lot of folks up there

  2. Thanks for asking, Patricia. No news at present. I just finished a trilogy that was twenty years in the making and I’m now beginning the 21st Kate Shugak novel. Storyknife has had to take a back seat. I’m hoping to change that next year. Stay tuned!

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