Here is a tiny house I saw recently while I was traveling in the Sierras in California. No one lives in it. It’s built right into the side of a cliff. I don’t know that it was ever inhabited actually and might have been some kind of utility shed for the river. Nearby they route to the lower valley for water. It was padlocked, but otherwise looked intact.
Have a great day, Jennifer Nicholson
Dick Parins submitted this weeks Tiny House in a Landscape photo and he hit a soft spot with me as it is a log cabin set in the woods. Dick says, “This little 470 square foot log cabin is a throwback to a simpler time. For well over 50 years it has been sitting under that white pine on a 660 foot stretch of the North Branch of the Oconto River in the Town of Mountain Wisconsin. The current owner has had it for 40 years and it looks just like it did when he bought it. It is for sale now. Hopefully the next buyer will continue to respect its history.”
Here is the listing if you would like more information: http://www.ranwrealtors.com/wis/maildoc/a005K44039.html
I agree and hope the next owner of the home treats it well too. Thanks for sharing Dick, I really appreciate it!