Tiny House in a Landscape

Giant Journey - Canada

Jenna Spesard and Guillaume Dutilh are traveling the country in their unique tiny house. This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape features their home in after they crossed the border into Canada. Though Guillaume states it has a little to much HDR and the house looks a little unreal, I personally enjoy the the photo.

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Tiny House in a Landscape

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This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape is a cabin I discovered that is coming on the market soon. The Tiny House Blog is not getting any compensation for showing it, I just liked it and the company that built it so thought I would show it to you.

Montana Mobile Cabins built this cabin in 2006. The cabin will be coming on the market soon so here is a little sneak preview. The cabin is 14 foot by 26 foot and could be used as an art studio or guest cabin.

This cabin has been impeccably maintained over the years! The cabin is wired for electrical, electric wall heater, track lighting and pendant light. Kitchen cabinets, sink and eight foot countertop. Hearth and wood burning stove. A bathroom could be easily installed in the current storage area.

The cabin will need to be moved from it’s current location in Sheridan, Montana. Cabin can be moved within Montana and possibly to neighboring states, however there may be some limitations and buyer will be responsible for moving fees.

For more information contact Montana Mobile Cabins.

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Tiny House in a Landscape

tiny log cabin

My wife and I recently had the opportunity to vacation in Alaska via a cruise. Feeling that this was probably a once in a lifetime experience we spent some extra money to go on an excursion to the Taku Lodge in Southeast Alaska.

We had the opportunity to fly in a classic deHavilland seaplane over five breathtaking glaciers flowing from the Juneau Icefield, deep blue crevasses, snow-capped mountains, and the lush Tongass National Forest.

Once we arrived at the lodge we explored the area and took a nice walk. Along the way there was the nice little log cabin that I was able to photograph from the outside. Unfortunately I was not allowed to view and photograph the interior. I thought it was a great example of a tiny log home and a scenic spot to fit in the Tiny House in a Landscape series.

side view of log cabin

front view of log cabin

Taku Lodge mailbox