Would YOU live here? LOL. The Cabins at Valley of Fire State Park (NV,) was originally built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) soon after the Valley of Fire became a state park in 1935. They are constructed of native sandstone and were used for many years to shelter campers and travelers to the park.
I think they are very cool, and I love seeing local material utilized for buildings. They choose the location wisely, there’s natural spring right next to it. I might add a few upgrades if I were to live there though
Speaking of off-grid, it’s Friday today, and I could have shared a Weekend Coffee Share with you, like I usually do, but I’m going to save that for tomorrow, and have coffee with you at my future homesteading property in Arizona!
I am in Arizona now, but not on my property. It’s very off-grid, and after checking that the roads on lower elevation (that might be affected by flooding at times,) was OK, we decided to stay at a hotel in a “nearby town” tonight, and drive to our property tomorrow. I hope you’ll join me for coffee there later this weekend. Happy Friday!