This is the Tiny House By The River, only 10 minutes away from our Bluenose and Yellownose House and the Dome Yurt where the River Inhabitants flows into the Atlantik. If you like peace and kayaking go with the flow, this is your spot.
canadianpioneerdeveloped the tiny house land and maintains 3 boat ramps along the river.
Privacy without neighbors on both sides.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION! This pictures are taken in the Tiny Nest House , but the Tiny River House will be similar equipped asap.
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The River Inhabitants Nature Reserve protects an impressive mix of habitats along the meandering course of River Inhabitants. Highlights include freshwater and tidal river frontage, marshes, oxbow ponds, side channels, gravel and sand bars, levees, riparian alder thickets, large bogs, floodplain meadows, imperfectly drained black spruce-sphagnum-dominated forest, and old hardwood forest on gypsum karst terrain. The area is home to the nationally threatened wood turtle and at least nine species of rare or uncommon plants. The river and its tributaries provide habitat for brook trout and Atlantic salmon. (Source see here… )

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Kompost toilet with ventilation

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The little tub with shower

on the right side is a fridge and micro wave (not visible here yet)

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Tiny House By The River
45.645161, -61.227497
Tiny Loon and Mayfly on Lake Ainslie
West Lake Ainslie Rd, Nova Scotia
46.149648, -61.228897
Tiny Nest and Tiny Heaven
Port Ban, Inverness, Nova Scotia
46.202097, -61.369371
Bluenose & Yellownose House
523 Walkerville Rd, Cleveland, B0E1J0 Nova Scotia
Sailor`s Rest Haus
83 Samsons Cove Rd. Sampsons Cove, B0E3C0 NS
45.502780, -60.935763