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September 21, 2007

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beentheredonethat

Seen them. These high priced Airstream posers look cool and immensely uncomfortable. The cabins have no water and no bathroom..........oh yeah, a port a potty appears to have been built into the deck outside. Wrapped in metal these should smell lovely in the Methow Valley's hot and dry summers.

The actual bathroom facility is a bathhouse many steps away. Nothing like walking thru 6 ft of snow to take a pee, shower and walk back to your cabin hoping your locks don't freeze in the -20 degree weather

They appear to have been built for accolades and praise not for an actual human habitation.

I'll take a tent or a yurt and cop a squat outside!

Andrew

How is the problem of shock absorbtion solved?
Is glass and such removed during transportation?

mazamagirl

These things don't actually ROLL!! The whole point of the wheels was to get around a building permit issue. The site was a campground, but some guy with more money then god decided to pay to get around this. Thus the creation of the "rolling" huts. They were built to stroke an ego...Done.
As we live in an area where there is up to 5ft of snow on the ground and no one wanted to walk to the bath house, they had to install port-a-potti's on the sides of the huts. To make this concept more attractive they were wrapped in metal. This feature is desirable both in the winter ( -20 degrees) and in the summer (90-100 degrees)
We laugh every time we drive by.
Rumor is that they cost $700/sq ft!!! Money well spent!

Round and Brown

As we live in an area where there is up to 5ft of snow on the ground and no one wanted to walk to the bath house, they had to install port-a-potti's on the sides of the huts. To make this

air jordans

Write very well, there are some others that resonate.

Container Pros

It certainly looks like something that you could do using shipping containers. :)

Paul Rudd

These high priced Airstream posers look cool and immensely uncomfortable. The cabins have no water and no bathroom..........oh yeah, a port a potty appears to have been built into the deck outside. Wrapped in metal these should smell lovely in the Methow Valley's hot and dry summers.

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