Tiny House in a Landscape

by Kent Griswold on April 10th, 2010. 11 Comments
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This weeks photo is called cabino which I am assuming is Spanish for cabin. Other than that I don’t know much about the photograph. It just looked like a great spring tiny house in a landscape.

The weather has been much like this where I live and yesterday ended up being quite a spring work day around my place. Mowing the lawn and pulling weeds. Putting new soil in the garden boxes and starting to think about planting the garden. Spring is here!

April 10th, 2010and filed in Tiny House Landscape
Tags: Tiny House Landscape

11 Responses to “Tiny House in a Landscape”

  1. seth says:

    That’s pretty much my dream cabin Kent, thanks for the inspiration.

    Just curious, did you get a chance to check out that company in Oakland? ‘Live Edge’ I believe it’s called?

    Hope all is well with you and your family.


    • Kent Griswold says:

      Hi Seth, thanks for the reminder, I get so much great stuff coming in and loose track at times. I’ll get onto that one and see if I can get down there and see it in the near future. If not I will do a post on it anyway.

  2. Jessie says:

    The spanish for cabin is actually cabaƱa, if you’re interested…

    I always enjoy these photos. :)

  3. Adfer says:

    Another word Spanish to refer to the “cabin” is REFUGIO. :-)

  4. Mark A says:

    Yep, pretty much the ideal.

    Makes me miss Alaska.

  5. Bonnie says:

    Looks so familiar, I think I must have lived there in a previous incarnation. Or maybe I’m going to live there in a future one. Oh, yeah. Future is better. Little cabinito, here I come!

  6. Daniel says:

    Still waiting for the snow to melt here. It will probably take a month before Spring is really here. I can’t wait!

  7. AK says:

    Looks a lot like a Finnish sauna. Clues: Chimney size for such a small cabin, columnar juniper so close to a building (used to be protected), a rowan in the yard (quite common, used to be a holy tree), and the roof of another building at the edge of the image. I think this is a quite common summer cottage setup in Finland.

  8. Niko says:

    “I think this is a quite common summer cottage setup in Finland.”

    Yes, definitely! My first thoughts as well!

  9. Looks great for Black Bear watching. ;-]

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