Greg submitted these pictures to me for the Tiny House in a Landscape feature, here is what he has to say about them.
I’ve been reading the Tiny House Blog for a few months now. It’s always surprising to see how little one actually needs to live a contented life! I know I feel better when I have less clutter around to distract me.
I saw these small weekend getaway cabins on the edge of a river in Cisco Grove, California and stopped to take a look. I took a few photos and thought I might share some of them with you for your blog. The stone cabin looks like it was once a roadside retail establishment before the construction of I-80. Someone definitely cares for this little building (15′ deep by 25′ long by my paces). They’ve built a new roof and repaired the stonework but left it pretty much in it’s original shell condition. There’s some nice stonework on the fireplace and you can see some stone ledges built into the walls near the back door if you look carefully. It looks like it was quite a cozy little home at one time although I don’t see any evidence that it ever had indoor plumbing…
Gregory Smith, Architect
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