Check Out This Awesome Rental In Northern Minnesota Made With ‘Found’ Wood!
Labor Day is on the way in just a few weeks, so that means for many with kids the end is near for summer vacation, but that doesn't mean you can't plan on some last-minute get-aways especially to places close enough to drive to and spend the weekend. One place that might be on your bucket list this summer still is the North Shore and if you are looking for someplace unique to stay this Airbnb tiny home I found is made with pieces of 'found' wood by one of the owners.
The Lucky Buck tiny home is located "on 10 acres midway between Duluth and Two Harbors and a short (one mile) hike to the shore of Lake Superior" according to the Airbnb page.
The listing describes the amenities that come with this tiny home/yard
This cozy tiny house has twin size bunk beds, a small sink, desk and a collection of comic books. Coffee and tea is provided with a pour over filter and electric kettle in the tiny house. The shed next to the tiny house has been converted into an unheated “summer kitchen” with a screened in porch for our guests. The kitchen is equipped with a dorm size refrigerator, small stove top, oven and microwave. A table, tucked under the counter, can be pulled out for dining or games. The outdoor area includes an outdoor shower, outhouse, hammock and fire pit.
Not only is it a tiny house, but there is also a summer kitchen detached from the small house with a screened-in kitchen area, and the outhouse is a fully plumbed-in toilet. How cool does this place look?!
Lucky Buck The Tiny Home
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