As a thirteen og fourteen year old kid I read a story in an EC comic book about a guy who enters his cabin to find a half naked broad standing in front of his fire place. The story was called "Came the Dawn", written by Al Feldstein and drawn by Wallace Wood.
I remember looking at that girl with the bedsheet wrapped around her, and thinking man, I need to get a cabin when I grow up.
The story ends horribly, as stories in EC comics normally would. But that first part, with the pipe-smoking, manly hunter getting to know that cute, curvy girl way out in the forest played quite often in my hormone-powered inner cinema.
Turns out Frank Frazetta, the inspirer of legions of airbrush-weilding van decorators, did some sketches for a possible "re-make" of the story (a sample, above and below). A lot of what Frazetta did in his career was pretty awfully silly but the guy could draw.
The whole story by Feldstein/Wood, as well as Frazettas drawings, can be found here.
Apart from all that taxidermic stuff, I feel both Frazetta's and Woods' drawings actually do come pretty close to describing what it's like around my place.