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Small Cabins Tiny Houses | THIRTEEN Tiny Dream Log Cabins- AND a floating log home! I like this little log cabin...probably not your ideal but I bet it's weatherproof n cozy. Would be fun to put it on a lake somewhere.
San Juan Mountains Cabin
A little cabin in an abandoned mining town with a natural hot springs in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado. I could totally live here~
Cabin / Dunton Hot Springs, Colorado love the tiny cabin with a deck.
Dunton Hot Springs, Dolores, CO Take a historic ghost town just outside Telluride, revive it as a top tier luxury resort, and you have Dunton Hot Springs, ranked the Number One All-Inclusive in the US (and 8th worldwide) by TripAdvisor. There are just 13 historic log cabins and cottages, each hand built by the original miners who occupied the town, and they have been lovingly restored but still boast original artifacts. The resort is situated in the gorgeous San Juan Mountains
Cabins at Dunton Hot Springs, San Juan Mountains, Colorado. This looks like Fun place for a anniversary idea :)
art studio -- love everything about this -- the metal roof, the different woods, the old windows, the flower boxes.... cool.
Summer House on the Drina River in Bajina Basta, Zlatibor, Serbia. Built by the owner and his friends, it's survived multiple floods. by Katarina Stefanovic.
itty bitty cabin, with a kitchen and a tiny bathroom and I am good to go. I can see the chickens in the back along with a goat or two, oh and of course my pets, dogs and cats.
A Tiny Cabin. Perfect...even down to the warm glow and Husky I want :)
Modern Day Hemingway
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I want a miniature cabin with porch like this up in our woods at the ranch...for "camping" with the boys. :)
Cabin life - the bedroom is a beautiful mix of textures, patterns and aesthetics.
Bailly Homestead, Two Story Cabin Winter 2011 JManuszak NPS Collection by indiana.dunes, via Flickr
If I owned a vast amount of wooded land I wouldn't want to spoil it with some giant monstrosity. This is the type of dwelling I'd want.
Outdoor shed for cleaning fish and other animals (more counter space, utility sink, industrial fridge, etc. Heated and ac)
tiny house--Always a plus when a Tiny house uses something like an old silo or standardized/prefab water tank, or whatever. Not sure that's the case here, but seems possible.