After Photos and Almost a year of living in the forest

 Our bedroom with bed extended by Jameson. LED rope light and bean bag chair
 Altar in the main living space
 View of bookshelf and front door leading to porch
 Art hung
 Our first dining area.  Later we moved it closer to the house to help control the bugs.
 Front porch. The Place of many hours of sitting and reading 
 The kitchen prep area at night. We used an old desk as the table and the mini fridge and storage was underneath. Cups and plates were on the shelf where the LED lights are attached.
 Not the most glamorous photo but here you can see how the kitchen sink functioned. 
The Buckets on the right were the trash and recycling.
 Spring at the cabin
 Our outdoor rocket stove where we made eggs in the morning

 we tried to process and eat these acorn in the fall, without much luck.

 outdoor science lab
Wildflowers and marigolds.

Working working working

We painted the ceilings white with dark brown trim to lighten it up inside.  Natural sunlight was lacking inside the cabin which kept it nice and cool in the summer. Cleaning the layers and layers of scum off the windows also helped to bring light in. We ran the entire cabin off of two outlets.  We bought only low voltage light bulbs and we had a mini fridge and little hot water heating kettle. It was comfortable to sleep in there from March till the end of November when the first frost came. 

Jameson built us this greywater sink. We would cart 5 gallon buckets down from the main house.  That white cooler acted as our sink and the water would drain into another 5 gallon bucket under the sink. We used all natural soaps and had a spot outside where we would toss the used water so it could filter through the earth. The system worked quite well.