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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-13-2014, 06:26 PM Thread Starter
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Since we found our camp decimated by water damage two weeks ago I am considering a pre fab shed camp to help get us through. Can anyone recommend a dealer in the Marienville or Tionesta area. I've looked at some in the Meadville and Butler area but would prefer to buy closer to camp.
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They will deliver.
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The Shed guy in Kane is where i got mine. We were by his lot last weekend and he just had sheds and garages.

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Thanks, I'll check out shed guy. Driving up to Kane gives me excuse to visit a few old friends!
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he is right before the high school, Rt 321? Good luck! He started making actual cabins last year, I was hoping to see one last week.




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Best of luck, MH. I sure hope everything works out really well for you.
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My neighbor just had delivered a 14x28 for a boat garage, I walked thru it and thought ' this is all I need in the mountains, had everything arranged ( in my mind ) for a camp. Would be plenty big enough.....
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We have a group of five of us plus my father who use the camp. My father and his buddies got the original camp together in '58. The trailer that just got ruined was in place for 21 yrs, and although it's an inconvenience for this year's hunting season, it's time for a change! Two of us have pop ups, and we think if we add the shed cabin it will buy us time to remove the old 14x70 ft monstrosity! We would love to build a real cabin but are worried someday a permanent residence may move in next to us and all our investment would be compromised. So thanks everyone for the ideas, info, and encouragement! Our main objective is to keep the dream and the tradition alive for the next gen! Feel free to keep the suggestions coming.
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RB. Do you have a number for shed guy?
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RB-HPA hey I found the website, thanks for the tip!
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