Yesterday was extremely foggy here on the coast. I was planning on getting out early to take some photos of a few more houses and finish off the feature that I began last week. I did finally get out after the fog burned off, but the sun was low in the sky and made a few of the photos impossible. I did pick up a few interesting ones and hope you like them.
The first three are of tiny homes that I missed last week. This one is a yard barn and is complete to the last detail. The building is no more than ten feet long by six feet wide.
The next is a tiny office building or house. I would say this one is thirty feet by eight feet.
This home is about twenty feet by eight feet, and the little shed is six by four. There are model homes and buildings, and They were not open so I could not get any particulars like pricing. They are cute but a little small for my taste. Also what looks like a smudge in the upper left-hand corner is the last of the fog burning off. The next picture was taken about ten minutes later and you can see the blue sky again.
Back in the sixty’s (When most of your were toddlers), the geodome was a big item. It was supposed to be energy-efficient and better for the planet. Here is the only one in town.
Another unique style is the octagon shaped house. Here are a number which make up a neighborhood. They are all on stilts and have eight sides. I can’t imagine what the insides look like.
Here is a closer shot of the two on the end in the photo above. I like that peaked roof.
Here is a photo of another pair. Notice the sun flair on the left. The sun was right behind that palm tree, and I was hoping I would avoid it. As you can see, I didn’t.
Those blue signs on the railing indicate that the home is available for rent by the day or month. This is not a neighborhood in which you would want to be a permanent resident
I hope you enjoyed the tour and this wraps up the home view of the neighborhood