So the duck cabin I have been hunting out of is on pilings and has been slowly sinking to one side. The cabin has been here for many years and has had several foundation repairs. The thing sits 5' in the air and the ground under it is more marsh than anything else.
I am sure that this describes many of the cabins on the Susitna Flats. I do not have winter access so any materials would have to be flown out so that limits length and weight. Have looked at lowering the cabin down onto a new foundation but don't want to end up with the same results and less room to work with.
I see many cabins in the area that appear to be right on the water but have not walked over to see if they are actually floating or are on foundations. Any ideas on how to address this in a somewhat permanent manner would be appreciated.
10 more days to go!