Saturday, March 08, 2014

Vacation getaway?


 
Looking to get away from it all? Here's a taste of the Wild West. But you'll have to provide your own horse.

It does come with a bridge so you don't have to ford the creek.

Couch surfing at its finest. Located just a few yards from the cabin, this economy package is for those who like to sleep under the stars.

11 comments:

Petrea Burchard said...

Honestly, Ms M, sometimes a place like this is the only thing I want. I know I would love it.

Anonymous said...

make no bones
about it - wanna
rest your weary bones
in some base
architecture
James Castle drew
in drool & fireplace
ash? then
make Garden City
Idaho
your bed
of springs sprung, or
oxidized nails, or
purgator
ei ei
oh !

Petrea Burchard said...

ei ei
oh !

dive said...

Your photos and Anon's real estate poem make me want to buy it and move in, Ms.M.

Ms M said...

Petrea: This is definitely bare-bones minimum. Might make for a perfect writer's cabin....

Anon: You caught it perfectly! ei ei oh!!!

Dive: You could buy it, put up a few more tiny cabins and call it an artists' colony :-)

altadenahiker said...

I'm not going to jump on this until I hear about indoor plumbing and WiFi.

Ms M said...

WiFi is often available (from the nearby strip mall). A stylish outhouse is discreetly nestled in the brush between the cabin and the couch surfing landing.

sonia a. mascaro said...

What a lovely tiny cabin! I enlarged the pictures and I saw that it is a river on front of it. Very bucolic place.

Ms M said...

Hi Sonia, There is a little creek that runs by the cabin. This is actually in the city, on a little strip of land between a busy road and a small shopping center.

Margaret said...

I think I could make it work.

Ms M said...

Margaret: The cabin or the Economy Package? :-)