I have lived in that cabin year around for 23 years. I have zero idea how you arrive at the conclusion that you did.Too bad nobody lives in that cabin, at least not during the winter when that picture was taken.
Photo was taken eight or nine years ago. The cabin has endured that kind of snow load for last 23 years.Wondering how long until the roof caves in?
The easy one first, there is slightly over seven cords of split & stacked firewood under the snow near the blue cabin, it is for super SHTF "only"I see no signs of human or animal in that pristine snow, except around the cabin in the background. No smoking chimney, no wood pile. Nobody has entered or exited that cabin since snow fell, not to bring in wood or fuel for a fire, or any other reason.
I live in snow country. Even with a fresh snowfall, signs remain.
Just my observation.