DUNLOW — What’s it like to live like a forest ranger?
Visitors to southwestern West Virginia’s Cabwaylingo State Forest are getting a chance to find out, at least for a short while, by renting a ranger’s cabin.
Matt Yeager, a district administrator for the state Parks Section, said the two-bedroom cabin was used by one of the forest’s rangers, but lately has been unoccupied. Parks officials decided to offer it to guests.
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