Sorry, I do not have a buyer for your Utah log cabin. It sounds great!
If a Realtor representing a Buyer that requires attaining financing is on their game they will advise their Buyer to compelete their financing approval prior to making an offer on a property. This is not to say that it is better than a verifiable cash offer, but it reduces the advantage of the cash offer and allows the Seller to consider other factors which better suit the Seller's needs. I have been involved in many transactions where the Seller chose a pre-approved financed offer over the cash offer because the financed offer met more of their needs discussed earlier.
Cash is great, but don't let it effect your due diligence. Physical inspections, title issues, tax issues, easements and several other items need to be thoroughly inspected before you close. Once the cash is invested it's hard to get issues resolved without a fight. It may end up costing you more in the long run.