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The Laird Cabin

The Laird cabin was built in 1990 by Ron & Dorothy Davies and named in honor of their deceased son Laird. Mr. Davies was the Assembly treasurer for many, many years. (Can you say: "bucks"?)

The Laird Cabin is located on the New Hampshire section of the Assembly grounds and is the furthest cabin from the Main Building. Although nearby homes are visible from it through the woods, it is the most isolated cabin at camp.

It has a master bedroom with a king size bed, a bright living room due to the high ceiling going up to the upper level rear windows, a twin bed and woodstove in an alcove off the living room that can be separated by a curtain, an open sleeping loft accessible by ladder, a kitchen with fridge and sink, a 3/4 bath with two sinks, and a large screened-in porch facing the river.
 

Front

© Trevor 2013


Back

© Jon Cousins 2013


Back Porch

© Jon Cousins 2013

 

The master bedroom

© Trevor 2018
© Trevor 2018
© Trevor 2018

 

The living room and alcove & loft

© Trevor 2018
© Trevor 2018
© Trevor 2018

 

Kitchen

© Trevor 2018

 

Porch

© Trevor 2018
© Trevor 2018

 

View from the back stairs

© Trevor 2018

 


"The Laird Cabin Dedication in 1991"
That's Dorothy Travers-Davies in the print dress.

© Larry Young 1991

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Main St (Route 302) & Haleytown Rd, Fryeburg, ME 04037 (map)