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For the price of $104 per night, you can rent the Lewis and Clark Tiny House #1, built on rural Montana property near the banks of┬áSkalkaho Creek. You probably wouldn’t bat an eye should this country cabin bear a sign reading “Lewis and Clark slept here,” but this unpolished, rural dwelling hosts a plethora of modern amenities that would be unrecognizable to the surveyors of lore such are wireless internet; a fully equipped kitchen with a refrigerator, toaster oven, microwave, hot plate, coffee maker, and cookware; a bathroom with a shower/tub, complete with a composting toilet; and a mini gas heater for those cold nights out on the open territory.

The dining area's chalkboard wall would be excellent for planning a day's surveying of the lands over breakfast.
The dining area’s chalkboard wall would be excellent for planning a day’s surveying of the lands over breakfast.
A formal parlor in the wilderness.
A formal parlor in the wilderness.
The living room, complete with requisite animal skin rug and a flat-screen TV. The ideal place to unwind or review the additions and revisions you've made to your maps.
The living room, complete with requisite animal skin rug and a flat-screen TV. The ideal place to unwind or review the additions and revisions you’ve made to your maps.
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Just off the living room, one may find the kitchen stocked with pantry essentials such as sugar, coffee, tea, oil, and basic spices.
Fall into this full-size Murphy bed at the end of a long day of fishing and blazing the trail.
What was once the dining area has transformed into the bed chamber! Fall into this full-size Murphy bed at the end of a long day of fishing and blazing the trail.