The Hobbit Hole
How can I describe the Hobbit Hole? A perfect homestead in the heart of the protected Alaskan wilderness.
It’s as though you came to Yosemite Valley back in the 1870s, in the days when John Muir was rambling through it, long before its highways and shopping centers, its dumpsters and hotels. And you built the only cabin in the valley. You settled there on the banks of the Merced River, at the foot of those spectacular granite monoliths Half Dome and El Capitan. Then, the government came along and protected Yosemite all around you — and you realized that noone else would ever build there. It would remain yours, and yours alone, forever. That’s what the Hobbit Hole offers — unprecedented access to protected lands, including nearby Glacier Bay, where John Muir came to watch the same glacial processes at work that formed Yosemite Valley tens of thousands of years ago.
The Yosemite of John Muir’s day is gone, but Southeast Alaska remains — and the cabin is waiting.
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