17 October 2014

tiny houses of Independence, TX

I love visiting the tiny community of Independence, TX, once the center of the Republic of Texas and original home of Baylor University. Not much there anymore except some old homes, historic sites, and the beautiful Rose Emporium, but a lovely day-trip destination just the same.

These are a few of the very tiny houses in the town. These make our small cabin seem huge! The one in the upper left was known as the Adobe house and now houses the information center. The old stone structure once stored cotton after harvest.


  1. Tiny, but lovely! I would like to own one of them :)

  2. I like the two-story one one the right --- like living in a wee doll house!


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