Hob-Nobbin from Hobbitat Spaces

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A day in the life of our friend Colin. From a hob to the great outdoors of Garrett County and back. Not too shabby. This 425 square foot cabin is eco friendly, featuring recycled heart pine from the Carnegie Railroad shed. See different models and looks at our website hobbitatspaces.com. Or go see 13 different Hobs in person at Blue Moon Rising in McHenry, Maryland. A special thanks to everyone at Blue Moon Rising, Moon Shadow Cafe, and Colin Ware Hob-Nobbin from Hobbitat Spaces on Vimeo. interior of cabin

SoulSurvivorX2 Tiny Cabin

Have you ever considered having an off-grid tiny house ready for the Zombie Apocalypse? Mike and Cindy of SoulSurvivorX2 are currently fixing up their own 12×26 foot home on wheels to have as a secure and secret hideaway from the walking dead and other nefarious people.

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While the SoulSurvivorX2 couple seem to be initially known for guns, prepping gear and sexing up SHTF, take a closer look at their videos on YouTube. They have a ton of useful (and fun) information on camping, backpacking, health and wellness, simple living and now—a tiny house tucked away in the woods. The couple work as real estate agents in Jacksonville, Florida and live with no debt while enjoying the outdoors and living on their own terms. They believe in being prepared for any situation, own the quintessential bug-out bags and are now fixing up their own bug-out cabin.

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The cabin on wheels was towed to their land surrounded by trees and inhabited by their free range chickens. Mike and Cindy’s off-grid survival retreat is now hoisted up on blocks and they are installing new doors and screens, building new stairs and installing a metal corrugated roof. The open floor plan will include new walls, a kitchen, bath and loft. Solar panels will be installed and water will be heated with propane. Cindy even painted the door with camouflage and palm frond stencils to hide it away in their forested prepper retreat.

Videos by SoulSurvivorX2

 

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

The Terrapin

by Peter Pavlowich

I just completed the Terrapin a couple days ago and its a really neat little camper. It’s built on a 5′x8′ trailer frame with tons of natural light, a really comfortable interior, and weighs in at 1,360 pounds.

Similar in style and size to the small trailers of the 1950s and 60s, these campers are a great platform for road trips, car-camping, or to haul to the lake. They offer a little more room than is typically available in the bed of the truck, and can be disconnected to set up base camp. When mounted to a trailer frame, the possibilities for small custom campers are nearly endless…

The Terrapin

Devastatingly cute, yet just enough attitude to let you know it means business. Perched on a custom 5′x8′, fully boxed trailer frame, this camper is ready for the road. With seven windows all around the cabin, this camper has the views of a lookout tower and the feel of a ship’s cabin. The 6″ memory foam dinette-to-bed conversion is extremely comfortable for both sitting and sleeping. Beetle kill blue-stain pine flooring is not only attractive, but will wear well with years of use.

The Terrapin interior

Sitting inside this camper is unlike any camping experience you’ve had. The five opening windows let in not only the light, but the breezes and the sounds – in other words, the reason you’re there. A cup of coffee or a glass of wine, even in unpleasant weather, is made that much better by still being able to experience your surroundings. This camper looks and feels different than any other – and of all of our Turtles, this one has made the biggest splash.

To learn more click here: http://casualturtlecampers.com/terrapin

The Terrapin table

The Terrapin exterior