Tiny House in a Landscape

by Kent Griswold on September 15th, 2012. 3 Comments
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John D. Woods sent me this weeks Tiny House in a Landscape photograph.

John says, “I saw this little settler’s cabin on our Labor Day weekend trip to the Grand Tetons. It is located on Utah Hwy 16, just south of Randolph, Utah.”

Thanks John for taking the picture and for keeping your eyes open for this special feature.

settler's cabin

3 Responses to “Tiny House in a Landscape”

  1. alice h says:

    Reminds me of some of the old houses in the countryside around Thunder Bay Ontario (just above Duluth, MN) back in the 70′s. Some were abandoned starting in the 1930′s but as children of the old Finn settlers moved into town more and more places were being abandoned all over again.

  2. Tinystoresrock says:

    Thank you for this post. I’ve driven past this many times. Randolph, Utah is one of the coolest towns in the USA. It is an area that has kept its old-time charm partly due to the high elevation and ruggedness of the climate there. The local ranchers there are the salt of the earth. There are many cool little decaying old houses and barns in this area – untouched there that harken back to smaller and simpler living. Enchanting.

  3. This post makes me reflect about a tiny house and its impact in the current economical situation. Good post, keep up the good work… Very valuable information Kent.

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