Christina Nellemann

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The United Kingdom is a land of canals and waterways, and narrowboats are right at home on these placid waters. The “narrow boat” refers to the original working boats built in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries for carrying goods on the narrow canals. The term is extended to modern “narrowboats” used for recreation and […]

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Sheep Wagons

While living in an area populated by people from the Basque region, some residents around the Reno/Lake Tahoe area will sometimes catch a glimpse of a sheepherder, his sheep and his home in the high desert: a small trailer or sheep wagon. My post on the gypsy caravans was popular, so I thought I would […]

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Canadian Bunkies

Join me in a round of applause to our Canadian neighbors and their love of the outdoors! Canadian “bunkies”, or small bunkhouses, are another tiny house design that can be built from a plan or from a kit. I ran across these companies that manufacture log, timber frame and cedar bunkies in various sizes. Rangercabins, […]

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