This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape features a vintage Spartan trailer sitting in a beautiful landscape. I could not find any details on where this was take but it looks to me like central Oregon or a similar type climate.
Though mobile many of these old Spartan trailers are being refurbished and quite a few of them are becoming full time living abodes for some people and vacation destinations for others. Vintage trailers are another passion of mine and if you are interested in purchasing one you can follow my new Facebook Fan page called Vintage Trailers for Sale here. https://www.facebook.com/VintageTrailersForSale
Rhonda Kivlin of Westwood, Massachusetts sent in this week’s Tiny House in a Landscape feature. She says:
“I snapped this picture of three abandoned tiny houses while hiking near Wolfe’s Neck Farm in Freeport, Maine. Because there was a fence, I couldn’t get any closer, but I sure wanted to sneak inside and check them out.”
This week’s Tiny House in a Landscape is of a photo I took recently across the valley at Pepper Clark’s and Dylan Pankow’s business, Bungalow To Go.
This photo was taken down beside the pond where they build their tiny houses. What always catches my attention when I visit is the reflection of the house in the water and the beautiful redwood trees surrounding the area. A more beautiful location would be difficult to find.
I’ve also featured this photo on the 5th issue of the Tiny House Magazine that was just published on April 24 for the iPad. And for those of you who requested the magazine in a form for everyone to read I have great news. The Tiny House Magazine will be released in PDF format next week so please stay tuned!
I hope everyone has a great weekend!
Tanner shares a photograph he took recently. I’ll let him tell you more about it.
Love the tiny house blog! I’ve been interested in building one myself for a while now. While I was out working I saw a tiny house in a landscape I thought would be great for the blog. I’m not sure how big it is but I’d guess 100-200 square feet. I’m not sure its exact use either, but it’s likely a studio or retreat of some sort. The house is located in Henrieville, Utah, which is about 20 miles east of Bryce Canyon National Park and within the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
Have a good one,