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This group of tiny cabins is located in the Mojave Desert near Ridgecrest, California. There are a total of three cabins, which they call Eco-Pods. Two of them are bedrooms and the other one is a bathroom unit with a shower, vanity, and toilet with mosaic artwork inside.

All three cabins are connected by an elevated wooden deck and each one has air conditioning so you’re comfortable year round. And yes, there’s also a washing machine available. I always thought it would be great to build a homestead with more than just one tiny structure, so I think this is pretty cool! How about you?

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Group of Three Tiny Cabins in the Mojave Desert, “Two Bedrooms, One Bath”

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Images via Glamping Hub

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This is the story of Eric Muss-Barnes and his off-grid Mojave Desert Tiny House on Wheels in Luthorville, California.

Witness the crazy story of how Eric Muss-Barnes, an unemployed computer geek (formerly with Walt Disney Studios) and struggling novelist, risks homelessness by spending most of his life savings to build an off-grid dreamhouse in the middle of nowhere. Having purchased vast acres of the Old West, can Eric find a stable job and create his home, before his money runs out? 2

He built a custom tiny house on a fifth wheel trailer with a unique entryway where Eric can easily mount and tow his motorcycle.

Eric’s Mojave Desert Tiny House on Wheels

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Images © Eric Muss-Barnes via YouTube

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