Esket tiny house holds big dreams for the Cariboo region
The Esket tiny house at Alkali lake represents a labour of love and a homecoming for a local family
The Esket Tiny house at the edge of Alkali Lake stands prominently at the edge of a dirt road.
It looks more like a piece of art then a bed and breakfast.
It features a curved roofline flanked by carved salmon, a spiralling ladder and modern interior.
Daybreak's Jennifer Chrumka happened upon it on a trip through the Cariboo.
She met up with Robert and Bettina Johnson.
For them, building this tiny house was a real labour of love.
In fact Robert hand-carved the front door himself.
To listen to the full interview, click on the link: Esket tiny house holds big dreams for the Cariboo region.