This is a tiny log cabin in New Zealand called the Fossickers Hut. From the outside, you’ll notice it has a classic pioneer style to it. It’s a tribute to the gold miners who once lived in an area called Canvastown that’s nearby.
Today, the little log cabin serves as a vacation spot that sleeps up to four people. And yes, it’s still completely off-the-grid. When you go inside, you’ll find a living area, downstairs bed, upstairs sleeping loft, a pot-belly stove, minimalist kitchen, small dining table, and an outdoor bathroom complete with shower and tub. Wouldn’t it be cool to step back in time and vacation in this Midwest-style cabin? I think so!
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Tiny Log Cabin in New Zealand
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