Tiny House in a Landscape

This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape is called Shelter from the storm, White Mountains Arizona and was spotted on flickr. The photograph was taken by Al-HikesAZ so not sure who the actual photographer is, but I loved the setting and wanted to share it. Here is the caption with the photo and the flickr link.

“We went camping and hiking in the White Mountains in northern Arizonain the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest near Big Lake and Mount Baldy. Eric went trout fishing on the Little Colorado River and the West Fork of the Black River. We saw great beauty.”


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Shawn - August 27, 2011 Reply

Nice view. Makes me think of how I plan to build the green house near my small house. I’m going to dig down several inches and line the floor with railroad ties and then build a small perimeter wall with railroad ties as well and put walls up from there.

    Mark - September 3, 2011 Reply

    Seems like a good looking greenhouse Shawn. When using railroad ties beware of wood-rot and the effects of coal-tar creosote, especially in a wet environment like a greenhouse.

Nerida - September 12, 2011 Reply

Nice cabin, great location, just love that stone wall.

Diane - September 17, 2013 Reply

Ha I actually used to live right in that area. The summers are nice but winter is very cold and harsh. Those pioneers there really knew their stuff. We were the last ones to live at what used to be Beaverhead Logde on hiway 666 south of Alpine, and we also lived at Hannigan’s Meadow. Much of that area was burned in a massive fire, but is now recovering.

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