This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape is another Montana Mobile Cabin. Destination to be “Cabin in the Woods.”
Here it is ready to load and go down the road. Watch for us next week on the highways and byways of Western Montana.
On the road again!
Over the river & through the woods…
Glad to have this one in the record books. Ole Man Winter tried to keep us down, but we prevailed!
Happy cabin in the woods!
This cabin was ordered as pictured; no kitchen, no bath; it is what we call a dry cabin. The owner is planning on using it as a bunkhouse with a stove & a couple of bunkbeds. We don’t always get the pleasure of seeing the cabin furnished.
Dawndi Keim from Montana Mobile Cabins sent me a small cabin in a landscape photo that I thought fit the bill for this weekly feature.
Dawndi says: I recently did a restoration project on a cow camp in Southwest Montana. Set in a beautiful landscape this cow camp would make a wonderful place to live.
I’m happy to say that the Tiny House Blog transition to the new host has gone fairly smoothly. There are a few posts that I am still trying to get the comments over from the old system and hopefully I will succeed with that today. I’ve also discovered a few missing photos so hope to get that all cleaned up to. If you see anything amiss please contact me and let me know. Thanks for your patience and I hope to get back up with regular posts starting this weekend.
Thank you Montana Mobile Cabins for your photography that to me just seemed to fit the occasion. Please check out their website here.
Photo Credit Montana Mobile Cabins
I’m excited to announce the Tiny House Blog’s five year anniversary!
Five years ago on the 24th of May, 2007. I published the first post called Montana Mobile Cabins, you can check the post out here. I then invited a few of my friends to come and visit the blog. It has gone through several changes in appearance since that time and has grown extensively. From just a few visitors at the beginning, the blog now reaches around 12,000 visitors a day from around the world.
In the beginning I could only find a couple of people who were building tiny homes and living small, now I can’t keep up with them and several other tiny house blogs have come into existence to help fill the gaps. Please continue to share your projects and stories with me at the Tiny House Blog.
To celebrate, I have made arrangements with many of our tiny house vendors to donate prizes. And the Tiny House Blog is contributing also.
- Sonoma Shanty Plans – 2 copies
- Leo Babauta’s minimalist life – 2 copies
- Lloyd Kahn’s Tiny Homes Simple Shelter book
- Michael Janzen’s Tiny House Plans book
- Deek Diedrickson’s Humble Homes and Simple Shacks (Original book)
- Signed Sketch by Deek (sorry no picture but it will be COOL!)
- Jay Shafer’s The Small House Book
- Tumbleweed Backyard Sheds & Tiny House DIY book
- Tumbleweed XS plans
- Strawbale DVDs set
- Dan Louche’s Tiny Builders book – 2 copies
- P.A.D. Vardo Plans
- P.A.D. 12′ Vardo Plans
- P.A.D. Go House Go book
- Tammy Strobel’s Blissful Reflection
- Tammy Strobel’s SmallTopia
Here is what I need you to do to enter for a chance to win one of these great prizes: In the comment section below tell me: 1. What is your favorite Tiny House Blog post? and 2. Why it is your favorite?
I will then contact the winners and they will be announced in a post Friday, June 1, 2012. Thank you for helping make this possible! I appreciate your loyalty and the fact that you keep coming back. Let’s look forward to the next five years.