Credits: Photographs by Carter Berg
3 of 6
The whole cabin is gently retro, right down to the way the family spends one long, luxurious month there every summer. "We don't have a TV," Kimberly says. "We don't have a radio. We have lights, but they're solar-powered, so at a certain point they turn off. Up here, we play games. We talk. We read. We do needlepoint."
The family uses the cabin's second-floor porch for dining and playing board games. "It's like being in a treehouse," Kimberly says.