A family of four is renting a cabin in the woods in the small village of Squaw Valley.
The couple has lived there for four years, but they recently moved to a larger, bigger cabin in a bigger area.
The cabin is the size of a two-bedroom home, but the family has no plans to expand beyond that.
“It is a cabin that we have always wanted to live, it is a very nice cabin,” the family says.
“We are a small family, so there is no need to expand to make room for people.”
They are still very happy living there.
“It is the kind of cabin we always wanted.
We love living here and we are very happy,” says the couple.
“I just want to enjoy the cabin as much as we can.
[The cabin] has a really big view, so I can see the valley and the lake.
The family’s experience in the cabin comes in the form of photos and videos. “
[It] has beautiful trees and mountains that I can get out of my mind.”
The family’s experience in the cabin comes in the form of photos and videos.
They have posted the videos on social media and shared them with others.
One of the videos shows the family in the kitchen, enjoying the cabin’s view of the valley.
Another shows them on a hike up the mountain, where they catch a glimpse of the lake and the nearby village.
The video of the family’s hike is also shared widely on social networks, with a number of comments praising the cabin.
This video of a family relaxing at Squaw Ranch, the family told local news outlet, has been shared more than 4,000 times on Facebook and has been viewed more than 30,000 time on YouTube.
In the video, the two families are shown enjoying the view of Lake Squaw, which they said was a highlight of their year at Squaws Lodge.
It is unknown why the family decided to live at SquAW Ranch.
Their experience is not unusual for the Squaw family, who have also owned a cabin before.
But the family said they wanted to move to a cabin larger in size.
And they say they want to make it a little more like their home, where their daughter and son-in-law live.
Squaw Valley is located just over the Idaho-Arizona border, a distance of about two and a half hours drive.
For a family of three, that is a considerable distance to travel for just a few nights.
The Squaws family says they do not intend to spend much money on the cabin, and that they have no plans for expansion beyond their current cabin.
“We are not looking for any money to buy a bigger cabin,” they told KTVB.
A family member of the Squaws family tells local news channel, KTVI, that they will probably rent a cabin for the next few months and plan to move back to the area when that time comes.
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