Designed to be used year-round, the Natural Log RV is the rustic Canadian cousin of the Airstream. The cabins are built from rot-proof cedar, and they can accommodate small-space living for several people...
The cabins sit on steel trailers that can be towed by a truck or car. There are 2 models: the Stayaway and the Breakaway. Prices for either model aren't yet listed.
Each cabin comes equipped with kitchens, sleeping areas, cathedral ceilings, wood fire places, and what the site describes as "power independence." We couldn't tell from the information listed, but it looks like the cabins currently lack a plumbing or water system. The design is still in production, scheduled to be released next year.
Designed by New Brunswick company Natural Log, the cabins have the ability to keep people warm in winter through stove heat and sturdy cedar walls. For more information, visit Natural Log Homes online.
Found via Tiny House Blog.