Keith’s Kitchen – 1971

...and most of his house.  My friend Keith lived in a small (approx 8' x 10')  hand built A-frame for a number of years in the early 1970's.  No water or power and just wood heat.  The fornt window, which you can see, was a sheet of clear poly.

…and most of his house. My friend Keith lived in a small (approx 8′ x 10′) hand built A-frame for a number of years in the early 1970’s. No water or power and just wood heat. The front window, which you can see, was a sheet of clear poly.


6 comments

  1. Lovely photo. I love the warmth of the wood and the splashes of colour provided by the dishes and fruit.

    I fantasize about living in a small space like this — a converted rail car, for example, or a houseboat or caravan.

  2. Love it. We have a 7’x11′ bunkie and we love it. We’ve thought of using it for winter use once we are empty-nesters as it is insulated to the hilt and easy to heat as it is so small. Good things come in small packages.


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