Hello everyone, I am a simple enthusiast that usually makes up for lack of formal structural knowledge with a little extra elbow grease. Well, for this project, I am reaching out to the community here for some expert advice. I am building a luxurious elevated hunting cabin. The interior of the walled structure needs to be at least 8x8 - hopefully 10x10. This cabin will sit atop a 16x16 deck which will be elevated 15ft in the air by 4 utility poles. Right now here is my plan. Sink 6' holes for the 4 utility poles and use about 2 bags of quikrete in each. I will space these 8x8. And then simply build a 16x16 deck at the 15' mark of the poles. I want each pole to extend up another 7-8 feet past the deck floor to become the corner posts for the future walls.... Is there anything I'm really overlooking?