Tiny House in a Landscape

This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape was photographed along the Buffalo River in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. I like the way the cabin is framed by the rocks and how it perches above the river.

The Buffalo River offers both swift-running water and placid stretches. Buffalo River – National Park Headquarters is located in the park’s gateway city of Harrison, Arkansas.

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Kim - August 24, 2010 Reply

Hey, that’s in my neighborhood! All my tiny-house dreams are centered on an itty-bitty little cabin near the Buffalo– or one of its tributaries, which can be every bit as beautiful. (National Parks seem to frown on you building or parking your house on their property. Darn it!)

Will - September 22, 2010 Reply

Could be a USGS flow metering station. Very cool nonetheless.

tim - July 3, 2011 Reply

i like the way it is built on top of rocks or piers to protect from floods and give a great view

A.J. - November 9, 2011 Reply

This is actually an old grist mill called Klepzig Mill. It is in Missouri southeast of Eminence in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways near, but not on, the Current River.

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