Turning a Little Fishing Shack into a Charming Cottage on the Lake

It all starts with a dream
By Gloria Gale
Published: April 1, 2007
"I’m a dying breed,” Angie Warwick admits. “There are not too many people who would want to save a tiny cabin. Instead of knocking this structure down then replacing it with a big house, I wanted to rescue it and preserve tradition.”
Finding and salvaging a little old fishing cabin has reaffirmed her conviction, not to mention conjured up childhood memories of summer camp spent on great old lakes in New York and Vermont.
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