These two historic cabins were saved from demolition and moved from Ten Sleep in town to their current location summer 2016. The big cabin is from the 1920s, the small from the 1850s. The large house has full amenities, including running water, generator power, propane heat and wood burning stove. The small cabin is a total time capsule, perfect for any kids interested in sleeping back in time- no electricity or any modern amenities .
My family comes from multiple generations in the area. Saving these homes represents a unique return for my mother, who has not had a connection to the land since her youth growing up on the Tolman Sheep Ranch.
I am a 30 year old Chicago native. I spent a few years traveling after school and doing seasonal archaeology in Alaska. I moved back to Chicago in 2007 to do research, I get to travel the country, and planet when I'm lucky, interviewing strangers about their lives. In my free time I love to take advantage of all that Chicago has to offer, including a fantastic lake two blocks from the house. I also sit on the board of a new non-profit art organization - - check us out
I have been in the house for four years this winter, which happens to mark the 100th birthday of the house. I have been really lucky in that time to be able to fill it with great people, bright colors and interesting things. I love Chicago, and I love sharing it with good people. I look forward to hearing from you.