Tiny House Living in a Luxury Sheep Wagon
This award-winning shelter is ideal for counting sheep
WAGON HO Originally portable homemade havens for solitary herders following vast woolly flocks on Western range, sheep camps–or “karro kampo” to the many Basque herders–were first manufactured in 1884 by Rawlins, Wyoming, blacksmith James Candlish.
Fast-forward 125 years and the stalwart self-contained shelters–spurred by the tiny living trend–have become backyard favorites. We deem this award-winning sheep wagon crafted by modern-day Wyoming blacksmith Les Hamilton ideal for counting sheep.
His Hamilton Forge caravans marry the jet-age durability of aircraft-grade aluminum shells with rustic wood interiors that keep Wild West heritage intact, kitted out with a purpose-built camp stove, stainless sink, LED lighting, freshwater supply, pull-out table, bench seating, cleverly stowed storage and a cozy bunk.
7’ x 7’ x 12’, from $55,000; sheepwagons.com