Tiny House in a Landscape

This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape is a floating cabin on Ouachita River. What a cool looking cabin and what a location. I could very easily visualize myself living in this neat little cabin. How about you?

The Ouachita River is a 605-mile-long river that runs south and east through the U.S. states of Arkansas and Louisiana, joining the Red River just before the Red enters the Mississippi River.

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Deb J - June 12, 2010 Reply

Great little cabin. I could see living there. Great setting.

elisabeth - June 12, 2010 Reply

You know…I love seeing the tiny houses in a landscape…But, considering the terrible floods this past week in Arkansas…Do you think maybe the timing on this image was little ‘off’?

Deek - June 13, 2010 Reply

Now THAT is beautiful….foliage and all…



Alex - June 14, 2010 Reply

Gorgeous scenery and the house looks great but I’d pick a dryer location. I love being close to the water but not that close. At least this house floats though!

Ryan - June 17, 2010 Reply

This is simply beautiful!

Becky - May 19, 2011 Reply

Beautiful setting with the trees turned orange. I could live in that house! I might put that on my “bucket list”!!! Nice!

Lane - May 22, 2011 Reply

I would love an update on this house.

Finchlake - August 5, 2011 Reply

Hey Kent, thanks for using my photo of the house on the Ouachita River, However under the Creative Commons Licensee, you should have given me credit for the photo. I did not see the credit listed, if I missed it you have my appointees,if not you should list the credit or take it down.

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angela harris - June 26, 2012 Reply

hey kent is this for sale or u have some for sale

    Kent Griswold - June 26, 2012 Reply

    I wish, I don’t sell homes but look in your area maybe you will find something.

Ciara - August 17, 2014 Reply

Kent. Can I rent this ace for like a week or two? Do you have any info on that or could you get some?

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