By Shelby Lin Erdman
Cox Media Group National Content Desk
To enter the contest, writers must submit a 200-word essay along with a $149 entry fee. The deadline to enter is April 30 and the winner will be chosen within 90 days of the deadline, according to the contest’s website.
If at least 5,500 do not enter the contest, which would give the couple almost $820,000 for the property, they plan to hold on to the cabin and return the entry fees, keeping $49 per entry for administrative costs, the New York Times reported.