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This is Cabin #4 at Antone Creek Lodge, another one of Rich’s Portable Cabins you can vacation in.

Over the last few days, we showed you Cabin #1, Cabin #2, and Cabin #3. So here’s the finale… Cabin #4. This unit features a main floor bedroom plus additional sleeping loft space. It’s very nice!

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Cabin #4 Park Model Tiny House in North Powder

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This is Cabin #3 at Antone Creek Lodge. It’s one of four of Rich’s Portable Cabins that you can book and it’s called the “Camp Cabin”. You can order this cabin from Rich’s Portable Cabins for around $35,000.

Yesterday we showed you Cabin #2, the day before we showed you Cabin #1 and introduced you to Antone Creek Lodge, and we hope to see you tomorrow for the finale… Cabin #4. Enjoy!

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Rich’s Portable Cabins Park Model Tiny House Vacation at Antone Creek Lodge… Cabin #3

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This is Cabin #2 at Antone Creek Lodge. It’s one of Rich’s Portable Cabins that you can stay in on their wonderful property.

Yesterday we showed you Cabin #1 and introduced you to Antone Creek Lodge and we hope to see you tomorrow for Cabin #3. Enjoy!

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Rich’s Portable Cabins Park Model Tiny House Vacation at Antone Creek Lodge… Cabin #2

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This is to let you know that you can now stay in Rich’s Portable Cabins! Remember his park model tiny homes that I introduced to you a while back?

Well after many, many years, they have finally opened the doors to Antone Creek Lodge, which is a place where you can stay in some of Rich’s Portable Cabins. We’ll begin with Cabin #1 and I hope to see you tomorrow for Cabin #2.

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Rich’s Portable Cabins Park Model Tiny House Vacation at Antone Creek Lodge… Here’s Cabin #1

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This is a guest article by Shaylynn Bates – “How she got her tiny house and ways you can too”

With all the articles out there about downsizing and living small, I’m sure the title of this article is very misleading. I’m not writing yet another article warning about the difficulties of living in a small space and how it’s overrated, and not all it’s cracked up to be; I have lived in a 10 ft. X 10 ft. space, 600 sq. ft. with another person, and the sleeper cab of an 18 wheeler (I am a proponent of living small). One needs to have a small space in order to live in a small space. After getting my tiny house I received several requests asking for information on how I successfully got into tiny house owning. All the information out there is either (at the time of this writing) 6 years old or very vague and general. A brief overview of tiny houses will be necessary as the rest of this article will discuss financing your little dream and where to put it. “Disclaimer this information is one person’s experience in the state of Oregon, your state and your experience may be different”

First – here’s Shaylynn’s beautiful tiny home…😊

Shaylynns beautiful tiny home

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This is an oversized tiny house with a wraparound porch built right into the unit! It’s called Athens 520. Technically this is a park model home and could easily be considered a mini-mansion on wheels, right?

It’s pretty massive! But could be the perfect solution for some who may be looking to downsize from something much bigger, right? I think so. And there’s nothing wrong with that. So what do you think? Would you ever consider something like this?

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A massive tiny home with built-in outdoor space

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