Austin Smith has an addiction to massive, crimson, kitted out vans. Very well, he has two, in any case, and considering the time and effort it usually takes to transform old, non-adventure vehicles into rolling cabins, owning two counts as an dependancy.
Smith experienced this rolling dwelling for a although, but in this article, he’d decided to park it at Mount Bachelor for a entire time, to set down the closest matter a professional snowboarder has to roots.
Weekend Cabin isn’t always about the weekend, or cabins. It is about the longing for a feeling of place, for shelter set in a landscape…for one thing that speaks to refuge and distance from the day-to-day. Nostalgic and wistful, it’s about how individuals produce construction in techniques to think about the earth and sky and their put in them. It’s not anxious with ownership or genuine estate, but what individuals build to satisfy their desires of escape. The pretty time-shortened idea of “weekend” reminds that it’s a non permanent respite.