Now here’s a tiny cabin I think will resonate with you if you’re also into simple living.
Sure, this may be too extreme for most of us, including myself because I really am a big people and family person.
But it’s something I’d still like to do as an experience once or twice a year.
It seems like that if you were here, you can really escape it all. I’d turn my phone off and just enjoy spending time with myself here.
And if you have a spouse or significant other it can be a great time to reconnect with each other on a deeper level.
Either way I think it would make for a peaceful and rejuvenating experience for most of us. I’ll bet you it wouldn’t cost very much to set up a simple vacation cabin like this one. Please, let me give you the rest of the tour below:
Outhouse with Gravity Shower
Looks like a happy place, doesn’t it!
Outside the Milanville Tiny Cabin
The owners are Bryan Purcell and Lauren Manoogain who reside in Pennsylvania. There’s an interview with them you can read here along with more photos of their home and studio.
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