Tiny House in a Landscape

by Kent Griswold on June 5th, 2010. 1 Comment
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Kevin Stevens sent me this cool picture. He says: “I could not help but think about the tiny house in a landscape set as we traveled by this neat little adobe cabin in Utah.

It’s in Capital Reef National Park, and we stopped there on our spring road trip. It belonged to some early settlers, and is called the Behunin Cabin.” Check out Kevin’s blog where he is also building a tiny house and has some great stories and photography.

One Response to “Tiny House in a Landscape”

  1. casey says:

    I’ve visited this cabin as well and my little boys, wife and I all found it very fascinating. Apparently a family of 11 or something lived here. Mom and Dad in the cabin, the boys slept in a rock alcove nearby, and the girls in a wagon outside.

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