We live west of the Blue Ridge in Virginia. My daughter and I built this cabin working when we could find time over a couple of years. We cut the trees off Purgatory Mt. and used mortar for the chinking. There’s a loft inside and now there’s a screen porch. We’ve hosted many great helpers from all over the world, where they stay in cabin and get farm fresh meals in exchange for their work on farm. Sophie was eight or so when we built the cabin; she’s now 15 and blogging for the farm; the blog links to our helper info.” – Tiny House Swoon
See more photos of the Arcadia Farm Cabin at Tiny House Swoon.
An ashram and farm is being built just outside New York by a group of young urban farmers. The plan is to offer workshops in the near future and they are raising money on Kickstarter to build a guest cabin for attendees. I wanted to share this because Kickstarter is a very interesting way to raise money for projects. I also want to thank one of my readers, Mark, for tipping me off to this project.
Dayle and Jeff continue to make good progress on their tiny shed at the Hidden Creek Farm. I’m sure as the weather begins to turn these folks are increasingly anxious to have their little place all buttoned up.