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Bath addition at the cabin


I've been in the process of building a small 200 sq foot off grid cabin on our land in Northern New Mexico for some time now and earlier this week made some advances in the comfort and esthetic departments.
http://tinyhouseblog.com/stick-built/building-a-tiny-off-grid-cabin-in-new-mexico/
Our cabin is completely off grid and we use a home made sawdust composting toilet, being a guy I'm a bit more
part of the 800 pounds of crushed stone on this trips visit
part of the 800 pounds of crushed stone on this trips visit
floor joist assembly
floor joist assembly
wall progress
wall progress
hard at work
hard at work
moving stock
moving stock
window installs on the next trip
window installs on the next trip
attaching sheathing
attaching sheathing
200% better and usable
200% better and usable
a good day at the ranch
a good day at the ranch
Solar powered work station
Solar powered work station
the begining
the begining
roof work
roof work
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  • Connie
    on Dec 13, 2013

    If you have solar electric you may want to look at a toaster-convection oven and a small electric cooktop burner. We use those at our "barn", they use very little energy but it great for baking in the heart of winter. Summer is easy as that is what the grill is for and heats or cooks everything. For my coffee I use a small 1 shot coffee maker. Takes literally less than a minute and I can have fresh coffee, tea, or cocoa very quickly. Again very little electric.

  • Patty
    on Oct 29, 2016

    You have very patient and loving women in your life if they are willing to brave snakes and the great outdoors at night to go potty!!

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