I currently live in one of the 12x24 cabins built by the carpentry school in Anchorage. I am looking at purchasing another one to put next to it but I can't for the life of me figure out how the previous owners got the current cabin to the spot where it is. I know it was built by the carpentry school and it is on skids. The specs for the unfinished cabin I am looking at is 5,000 lbs and WxLxH = 15x26x12.5. We are about 1.5 miles off the highway UP a road that does not look like the current cabin could have been towed up....BUT I know it was somehow because it is the exact same cabin built in Anchorage! Does anyone know how you go about loading, transporting, and unloading a cabin that size? I have contacted Totem Toters and Carlile (who said it would probably be more expensive to move it than the price I would be paying to buy the cabin!), are there people out there who do this kind of transport besides the big companies? I have contacted the previous owner of the property for more info but so far have not heard back. I wonder what size/type of trailer would be required and if it would be worthwhile to just buy a trailer and keep it on the trailer? ANY INFORMATION anyone can give me regarding moving a cabin this size would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!