Tiny House in a Landscape

This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape was sent to me by Ian Zapp whose father took this photo in upstate New York near Saratoga Lake. These small abandoned buildings are being taken over by mother nature but look like they could be rescued and used as a small residence or getaway cabin.

If you are in the area and would like to take time to enjoy the beauty of Saratoga Lake, and make memories as many others have for generations. Here are directions to the lake: follow Route 9 South from Saratoga Springs New York to Route 9P, or take the Adirondack Northway (I-87) to Exit 14, then Route 9P South just under one mile. Thanks Ian for sharing this inspirational pictures with us.

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Lee - July 16, 2011 Reply

I live about 10 minutes from here in a cluster of towns along the Battenkill River… indeed, the area is dotted with old homes of all sizes in need of TLC and very affordable as such. The area is under-priced with many homes selling well below their actual cash value. And our community is organizing a Transition Initiative and time bank. Welcome all intrepid progressives!

wairimu - July 26, 2011 Reply

tiny houses are becoming many peoples’ favorite.they are much simpler to manage and are so good especially for two people.

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