Tiny House in a Landscape

by Kent Griswold on October 27th, 2012. 4 Comments
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Andy Hawkins submitted today’s Tiny House in a Landscape and shares the following:

The picture I have attached is of a Tumbleweed Tarleton built in British Columbia and moved out to its new home at Windy Hill Farm in New Brunswick by its builder and owner Will Pedersen. The house now plays home to the volunteers that spend the year at the organic farm helping with their thriving CSA of which I am a member. Information on Wills build and the trip from British Columbia to New Brunswick can be found hereĀ http://tinyhousejournal.com/wills-tarleton/.

Will's Tarleton

4 Responses to “Tiny House in a Landscape”

  1. That looks so peaceful and welcoming. The picnic table is just perfect, next to the cabin.

  2. I love the fall colors! Can’t wait to get building my house.

  3. deb says:

    this is so nice, I would love to have a home like that,

  4. Jason says:

    Wow, this does look peaceful and calming. However, my mind would be wondering “what’s outside that could knock my house over” being so small and isolated. Kind of goofy isn’t it? lol

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