This December 2012 photo shows the interior of a rustic cabin at the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Little Lyford Lodge and Cabins, a backcountry wilderness lodge near Greenville, Maine. The cabin has no electricity, is heated by a wood stove and lit by gas lamp. In winter, visitors can reach the lodges and cabins only by cross-country skiing in. (AP Photo/Lynn Dombek)

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This December 2012 photo shows the interior of a rustic cabin at the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Little Lyford Lodge and Cabins, a backcountry wilderness lodge near Greenville, Maine. The cabin has no electricity, is heated by a wood stove and lit by gas lamp. In winter, visitors can reach the lodges and cabins only by cross-country skiing in.  (AP Photo/Lynn Dombek)
This December 2012 photo shows the interior of a rustic cabin at the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Little Lyford Lodge and Cabins, a backcountry wilderness lodge near Greenville, Maine. The cabin has no electricity, is heated by a wood stove and lit by gas lamp. In winter, visitors can reach the lodges and cabins only by cross-country skiing in. (AP Photo/Lynn Dombek)
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