My friend Harvey Jones is still touring and probably will forever, New Zealand's South Island and posting wonderful images of the magnificent scenery and of course, gorgeous little shacks, cribs, baches, shacks, dwellings or cottages.
Call them whatever you wish but I'm sure you'll find them appealing.
They're enough to make many urban dwellers green with envy.
There's more here including images of the South Island's stunning scenery...
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Gorgeous Tiny Rustic Dwellings And Shacks In New Zealand's South Island...
Posted by The Flying Tortoise at 6:00 AM
Labels: baches, back to basics living, cottages, cribs, fishermen's shacks, harvey jones, huts, living in tiny spaces, new zealand's south island, quaint little houses, shacks, tiny rustic dwellings
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I like the ones made out of stone but they could be cold and damp.ReplyDelete
There's quite a few like that on tribal land in the Far North that look like some of those...with Sky TV aerials on the roof...sort of clashes with the ambiance but it's home!ReplyDelete
looks like wonderful places to sit and drink tea and reflect. another great post my friend!ReplyDelete
Looks and sounds like Harvey is having a great time and discovering lots of treasures and places in the beautiful South Island.ReplyDelete
second image is gearrannan on the west coast of lewis - scotlandReplyDelete