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It’s the time year again. Flowers are blooming; birds are chirping. And tiny house celebrations are commencing. Long gone are the days of 1-2 scattered festivals per year. Enthusiasts can now choose from a delightful slew of events, stretching from coast to coast. Each one provides attendees with the opportunity to experience a tiny space […]Continue reading
Johnny, one of our readers, sent these photos to me from a recent trip. Johnny says, “I just returned from a family reunion in rural Nebraska. Here are photos of a honeymoon cottage that was once rented to young newlyweds, now long abandoned to nature. I thought you might appreciate it.” Thanks Johnny for keeping […]Continue reading
On our way back from Michigan last summer we happened upon this old scene from the wild west. It looks like someone had a dream to develop a small tourist site with an old time western frontier town. Just off from this cabin is a large hand painted sign that reads “A Dream Died Here.” […]Continue reading