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The Woofenden Cabin

The Woofenden Cabin — or the "Woof Cabin" as most people call it — was built by Rev. Dr. William R. "Pop Woof" & Louise Dole "Mom Woof" Woofenden in 1956 before the 1956 camp session (or possibly in the Fall of 1955).

The main room has a living room area, dining table, a full kitchen with a 3/4 size fridge, and a study/library area with the good reverend's personal theological book collection. There are two mirror-image bedrooms back to back and a 3/4 bath. The master bedroom has a double bed, the other has bunk beds, each has a built-in dresser plus a closet for hanging clothes. The futon couch in the main room is also a fold-out bed so, in a pinch, this cabin can sleep one or two couples and two to four kids (if two share the futon couch).

There is a solid wall of windows facing the river from the living room with a good view of our waterfront area, but it is the only cabin without a porch or deck.

"Dr. Woof" by Rev. Dr. Jonathan Rose
in honor of Pop Woof's 80th birthday in 2001

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© Beki Greenwoof 2010
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Main St (Route 302) & Haleytown Rd, Fryeburg, ME 04037 (map)