He Found An Old Cabin In The Woods, When He Peeked Inside… WOAH.
Mark Andre was marking trees in a remote section of the Arcata Community Forest when he discovered something very curious – a cabin. It wasn't a vacation rental but rather a properly set up house. You can't see it unless you're less than 100 feet away from it, because it blends in perfectly with its surroundings.
"It’s in the perfect out-of-the-way spot where it wouldn’t be detected," Mark said, according to a report by Mad River Union.
There aren't any clues pointing to the house – no trash nor trails – and the space, although small, was complete and uncluttered.
The only pieces of identification were a driver's license with two different names and a shipping label. Other items found in the tiny house include a vintage typewriter, a copy of Frank Abagnale's Catch Me If You Can, and a piece of paper titled 'Different Everywhere,' featuring a photo of a nude woman with a knife in hand and some text, available below.
The area hasn't been logged since 1984 and is due for a harvest. This means that the property will likely be removed.
The inhabitant received a paper notice and quickly moved out. Scroll below to find out what they left behind.
Marking Trees for the Harvest
Mark Andre was marking trees for harvest in this dense and remote area of the Arcata Community Forest when he came upon something strange.
A Cabin in the Woods
Mark found a tiny cabin built upon a concrete block foundation. The last time he'd been in the area was 1985, and it wasn't there before.
The walls were made of plywood, and tarps and other sorts of plastic sheeting were used to keep the interior intact. A peek inside revealed that the cabin was much more than a shoddy getaway.
A Tiny Home With All the Basics
Environmental Services Forest Technician Javier Nogueira, Forest Tech Nick Manfredonia, and APD Park Ranger Heidi Groszmann combed through thick brush and branches to relocate the site.
They found themselves in a predicament - enter without a search warrant or leave knowing that someone might be in there without any aid.
The small team decided to head in, but they had to cut the padlock on the front door first.
No one was inside, and they were shocked to find the place tidy and furnished.
The Perfect View
Check out this beautiful view. Despite not having the latest and greatest, it's easy to imagine contentment in this place.
Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice
Whoever dwelled in the tiny home seemed to have a knack for organization. The pantry was perfectly organized with all labels facing forward.
Page 1 of 3Next ›