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Shack Up Inn

Jenn and her husband recently spent the night in Shack Up Inn, located in Clarksdale, MS. Located on Hopson Plantation, a few miles from the crossroads of Highway 49 and 61. “Virtually unchanged from when it was a working plantation, the grounds are home to authentic sharecropper shacks, the original cotton gin, seed houses, and […]

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Tiny House in a Landscape

This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape looks like a stormy day in the mountains in a European country. A peaceful setting and an old very unique cabin structure in the woods. Historically log construction has its roots in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. Although their origin is uncertain, the first log structures were probably built […]

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The Hammock as a Tiny House Bed

Greg contacted me recently about an alternative bed option for tiny spaces. Greg stumbled upon these miracles on a recent trip south of the border. We were traveling in a fully converted YMCA shortbus. This RV had a bed, but not for two. A Mayan hammock that was brought along as a possible relaxation tool […]

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