All working ranches used to have a bunkhouse, someplace where the hired help slept. Since Sue Smith Moak’s property used to be a working ranch, her guesthouse is called “the bunkhouse,” although it is not for ranch hands, but for visiting family and friends. It also doesn’t actually have bunk beds.
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At the time that I lost my home and horse business to the housing crisis, I could not have been convinced that it was the best thing to ever happen to me- but it was.
There are just some things we learn in life that make us say, “OMG! I can’t believe I didn’t know this before!” These kitchen hacks, many of which will help you save time as well as space, are some of them. Especially the one on how to easily open a jar.
Brent Toellner and his wife, Michelle Davis are animal lovers who live full time in Kansas City. They loved visiting the area around the Buffalo National River in Arkansas, but what to do with their beloved 3 dogs and 3 cats while on vacation?
There has been a lot of discussion in tiny house communities lately about the fantasy of living in a tiny house and the reality.
Living Larger Sue Smith Moak lives in an awesome tiny house on acreage in the Texas Hill Country, but her daughter and her family lives in Austin. What to do? Build another tiny house in their backyard, of course! (more…)
When Larry and Bobby Smith took early retirement in 1995 and downsized, they moved to a cabin in the woods in Boone County Arkansas. This little piece of heaven was hand built in 1979 by a game warden in the county, who worked on the house with a friend.