Jeff Shelden, an architect and son of a forest ranger, modeled the design of his Montana cabin after a 1930s forest service lookout tower. To build the cabin he used wood from an old train trestle, local stone, and reclaimed steel from a nearby farm.

Jeff Shelden, an architect and son of a forest ranger, modeled the design of his Montana cabin after a 1930s forest service lookout tower. To build the cabin he used wood from an old train trestle, local stone, and reclaimed steel from a nearby farm.

Let's just move away from everyone and live in a hole in the ground.  Not a nasty, wet hole, but a Hobbit hole...and that means comfort.

Shut up and take my money...

Let's just move away from everyone and live in a hole in the ground. Not a nasty, wet hole, but a Hobbit hole...and that means comfort.

A 200 sq ft tiny house, designed by students at Fresno State University

A 200 sq ft tiny house, designed by students at Fresno State University

Easy Simple Tree House Plans | Previous: Basic Construction Needs of Simple House Design

Easy Simple Tree House Plans | Previous: Basic Construction Needs of Simple House Design

For anybody that ever wanted a caboose guest house in their yard:  these are not real cabooses, but look alike kits, perfect for a small guest house.

For anybody that ever wanted a caboose guest house in their yard: these are not real cabooses, but look alike kits, perfect for a small guest house.

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