If you have visited the post on the Drive Thru (Chandelier ) Tree you know by now that Redwood trees can be enormous both in terms of height and width. Here’s something you may not have imagined ever; it is a house in a tree trunk, a full fledged one at that. One Log House has it all: beds, kitchenette, living and dining spaces and everything. You have to see it to believe it. Below are the pictures I brought back from my visit there:
|This plank says it all.|
|Work Desk. (Don’t miss the framed picture of One Log House on the road)|
|Door to the bathroom (left). Entrance for visitors (left)|
This house in a trunk stands on wheels. The architect of this house Art Schmock wanted to take it around the country but found that the size made almost impossible to do so.
One Log House, which was completed in 1946 now lies beside Highway 101 (US Route 101) in Garberville, California.
Visitors are allowed into the One Log House. All you have to do is walk into the gift shop near the Log House collect your key code from the person in there and use it to find your way into this wooden wonder-house.
|When I stepped out, I just had to click a picture of the wheels still attached to the One Log House.|