Mimi's Mountain
Writer's Cabin/Artist's Cabin

Mimi's Mountain Writer's Cabin

The Perfect Writer's or Artist's Cabin
Welcome to Mimi's Mountain. Located in a wilderness area of southeastern Oklahoma on the side of a mountain overlooking ranches in the valley below, the log cabin is nestled in nature, with hiking paths, ponds for fishing, deer, and a variety of animals to watch.  It is a place of peaceful relaxation.  Most of the year the windows can be left open but the cabin is air conditioned for summer months, and there is a wood stove that keeps the cabin warm and cozy in the winter.  It is a 20 minute drive to the closest little town with a grocery store and a few restaurants where you will hear ranchers and farmers talk about cows , or whether their hens are layin'.  It's a 45 minute drive to Atoka and to McAlester, where you can stock up on every kind of supplies.  It is a 20 minute drive to beautiful Sardis Lake.  It is a two hour drive to Tulsa and three hours to Dallas.  Whether you stay for a week or for months, you won't want to leave this well kept secret mountain hideaway.

Leave interruptions of the city behind.  Immerse yourself in the peaceful inspiration of nature in quiet comfort in the middle of a wilderness setting at Mimi's Mountain Writer's Cabin 
Mimi's Mountain Writer's Cabin
The area is rugged, the cabin rustic, but comfortable.  The two story log cabin has two bathrooms and two bedrooms, one with a queen bed and the other with a queen bed and bunks.  The cabin is situated in the Jack Fork Mountains.  Choctaw Indians settled here after the Trail of Tears.   Outlaws like Bonnie and Clyde and bootleggers hid out in these mountains.  You can wander the trails, hunting for arrowheads or remnants of old stills hidden away in the mountains.  Now the mountain is a place of peaceful beauty.  Gather fresh eggs for breakfast from the resident hens.  Catch a fish and cook it for dinner on the outdoor grill.   The deck is the perfect place for a cup of coffee in the morning, place to sit, read, write or paint, and then a glass of wine in the evening to watch the sunset.  At night you won't  hear any city sounds, just whipporwills and the occasional coyote and it seems like you can see every star in the sky.
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