We have a few photos to share from a recent visit to our Garden on Rt. 42 in McHenry Maryland.
Since our tiny home, Junior, is only used for marketing purposes, we rigged it up with a Goal Zero Yeti 1250.
The open air pavilion is really starting to take shape. Joe and his crew are doing such a fantastic job on this structure. The geometry is amazing! If you could name this pavilion, what would you name it? The Mothership? Post your comments below!
Meet Deek Diedrickson of Relax Shacks.com A few months ago we stumbled upon a revolutionary tiny home prophet who maintains a blog called RELAXSHACKS.com. Derek “Deek” Diedrickson has inspired our team in more ways than he knows. Check out Deek’s website. It is jam packed with knowledge, ideas, art, collaborations, and anything dealing with simplifying, re purposing, […]
As some of you know, we are working on a mobile tiny home that will serve as our marketing cabin. The locally harvested, locally sawn live edge siding in in! This stack of lumber will become our beautiful facade. The wavy lines of the live edge siding will give a unique look as it cruises down […]
On Friday May 25th Hobbitat delivered our first cabin to Blue Moon Rising. It was well worth the wait: we had incredible weather and couldn’t have asked for a smoother delivery. This cabin is the first of 14 cabins to be placed on site. Our vacation rental cabins are appropriately named Waldens, after the American […]
Blue Moon Rising and Building Green “‘Think Simple,’ as my old master used to say – meaning reduce the whole of its parts into the simplest terms, getting back to the first principles.” – Frank Lloyd Wright Blue Moon Rising on Deep Creek Lake will be a community of rental cottages that: uses emerging and […]