Tiny House in a Landscape

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!

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seth - April 10, 2010 Reply

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 - April 10, 2010 Reply

    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.

Jessie - April 10, 2010 Reply

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

I always enjoy these photos. 🙂

Adfer - April 10, 2010 Reply

Another word Spanish to refer to the “cabin” is REFUGIO. 🙂

Mark A - April 10, 2010 Reply

Yep, pretty much the ideal.

Makes me miss Alaska.

Bonnie - April 11, 2010 Reply

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!

Daniel - April 11, 2010 Reply

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

AK - April 11, 2010 Reply

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.

Niko - April 12, 2010 Reply

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

Yes, definitely! My first thoughts as well!

Renewable Ray - April 12, 2010 Reply

Looks great for Black Bear watching. ;-]

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