I had to show you this tiny camouflage cabin in the woods that’s perfect for off grid tiny living. It blends right into the scenery and you can tell that all materials to build the home were harvested locally. Location is believed to be in Girdwood, Alaska in a National Park forest.
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This propane hot outdoor shower system from ZODI Outback Gear is great for camping, tiny living and off grid living. You can also use it for hunting and one of the best parts is that it can even double as a cooking stove and it comes with the gear for that.
How it Works
It’s powered by a rustproof stainless-steel water tank and a 10,000 BTU burner. It comes with the 6′ shower hose that you see above and the system heats water to 100 degrees fahrenheit. The hand pump pressurizes the water flow without any need for power or batteries so it’s great for those off grid situations.
A More Permanent Alternative
I thought this was a cool portable alternative to the Eco-Temp instant water heater system that most folks use in their tiny houses.
Where to Buy it
I recommend using Amazon to order it if you’re interested because the pricing is usually the best here. Also you can read people’s reviews who own it and use it.
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