Simple Living in an Off Grid Micro Cabin?

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For me living simply in a micro cabin like this one off the grid is a little unrealistic. This is mostly because because there’s no kitchen although there is a grill on the property to cook and you can use the outdoor space to prep, etc. Or even create an additional tiny kitchen structure to fix this issue so it’s definitely possible for me with a few adjustments and additions. On the property is a nearby solar shower and composting toilet which is pretty awesome. More info on this micro cabin here.

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Reclaimed Tiny Cabin in the Angeles National Forest

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This is Daniel Kent’s cabin by a stream in the Angeles National Forest in southern California. He used to be an actor but he has lots of other talents, too. He can brew his own beer, roast his own coffee, teach and run his own business (he owns a coffee shop).

His cabin is home and was designed by a shipbuilder who is good at making the most out of small spaces. The ladder to the loft is retractable, the couch and coffee table turns into a guest bed, and it is made out of reclaimed wood from another cabin that used to be on the property.

Read more and see more over at Brian Ferry’s page here.

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Photographer: Brian Ferry @ The Blue Hour

Some of Brian’s prints are available to purchase here.

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