Sheepherding may be a thing of the past, but along Idaho’s Salmon River is a little community preserving this past with a modern twist.
Though the residents don’t tend sheep, they choose to live as the sheep herders did in a small efficient sheep wagon.
Massage therapist Renee Silvus had her sheep wagon built by craftsmen Kim and Kathy Vader. The wagon’s 7 ft. by 12 ft. footprint features a small kitchen, a queen size bed, a lovable loo, and a woodstove. Renee plans to retire in her simple home sometime in the future. She uses solar powered lamps for light and has no electricity or internet.
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