The Sol Duc Cabin is what you can call lock up and go in the simplest form. This 350 square foot cabin has a full glass front wall that provides an excellent view of the Sol Duc River. This glass wall however is covered up by a large steel panel that slide on hardware that was originally designed for sliding barn doors and is attached to the steel roof beam structure. The building is raised from the ground by stilts to protect it from the clammy dampness and occasional flooding and the steel panels are to protect from the rest of the elements. The building is made of unfinished mild steel and structural insulated panels. The insides are mostly wood for a sense of warmth.