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21 Sep 2014
  • New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/tiny-house-for-a-family-of-four/Tiny House for a Family of FourNow, seriously, the world is our backyard…  We don’t have a clue as to where that will be but God seems to have some Master Plan or something going on so well just trust Him and roll with it.” – Kim Kasl
Read and see more about this Tiny House for a Family of Four. Thanks for the tip Kay!
   

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  • New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/tiny-house-living-at-11486-feet-squaw-mountain-fire-lookout/Tiny House Living at 11,486 Feet - Squaw Mountain Fire Lookout


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Squaw Mountain Lookout Tower was built in 1925 by the City and County of Denver and is among one of the highest lookout towers in the United States at 11, 486 feet elevation. This remarkable structure, “built of hand-hewn native stone which was carefully mortised,”  represents a time before modern fire detection methods. The cab measures 14 feet by 14 feet and is completely lined by windows on each side and surrounded by a catwalk, all of which sit on top of a one story stone base.” – HistoriCorps
Squaw Mountain is the first fire lookout tower available for rent near the Front Range. The fee is $80 per night plus a $9 reservation fee.” – Rocky Mountain Journal
Read more at Squaw Mountain Fire Lookout. Photo from Rocky Mountain Journal.





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    Squaw Mountain Lookout Tower was built in 1925 by the City and County of Denver and is among one of the highest lookout towers in the United States at 11, 486 feet elevation. This remarkable structure, “built of hand-hewn native stone which was carefully mortised,”  represents a time before modern fire detection methods. The cab measures 14 feet by 14 feet and is completely lined by windows on each side and surrounded by a catwalk, all of which sit on top of a one story stone base.” – HistoriCorps

    Squaw Mountain is the first fire lookout tower available for rent near the Front Range. The fee is $80 per night plus a $9 reservation fee.” – Rocky Mountain Journal

    Read more at Squaw Mountain Fire Lookout. Photo from Rocky Mountain Journal.

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