Hunting Cabin Pictures
Ps image 2 is a panoramic view starting at the front and working around the room
We have never gone that far as it is so far back in that if someone wanted to bust into it they could just take a chain saw and cut a hole if we buttoned everything up that tight.
It all depends on your situation. We never leave anything worth a pinch in there except in the spring/fall when we are up there regularly. Plus they can look through the windows and see nothing is in there.
That is what we do and there is never a mold smell any where but our is not exactly air tight.
I was originally going to build an addition attached to a camper, but then we went this route and sort of started going all in with things.
If it makes it any better, we did use an outhouse for 4 years and stayed in a mouse infested camper for 3 while we built. I had the outhouse record of -22 degrees. Still remember my dad jumping up in the middle of the night because a mouse ran out from under his pillow. Never heard those sounds before.