My ex-wife's grandfather has what used to be an immaculate cabin on the lower White River. I used to go down there quite a bit until we split up. The grandparents are not in the best of shape, and due to last year's flood doing quite a bit of damage they no longer want the cabin. Anyway the river got about 4 foot inside it last year and the linoleum(sp?)floors were covered in dirt. I tore all that out and replaced parts of the floor that had warped. Now I need to do some floor covering and wondered which would be best: 1. Linoleum-costly and harder to lay but easier to clean. 2. Astroturf type carpet- cheap and easy to lay. Harder to clean. 3. used carpet that someone is going to trash-free and easy to put down. Hardest to clean. The water pipes were also stolen(copper) along with the water heater so that all needs replaced. This cabin used to be nice as a house, so I know it has potential. We have cleaned on it for two days and it still has that dirt smell from not being cleaned for awhile. The idea of my own place on the river is driving me crazy and I can't wait to finish it. There are lots of deep holes in this area and is where I have spent most of my life on the river. The cabin is a freebie so the only cost I have is fixing it up. Hopefully the cabin picture will upload on here. There is also another cabin about 2-3 miles downriver for sale ($2500) if anyone is interested. I haven't seen this one in person but it was on Terre Haute craigslist a few weeks ago.