There are many things that can be kinda scary when it comes to downsizing and living in a Tiny House. Please commit bellow on some of the things that you find frightful!
The dynamic duo, Joel and George, making progress on the external framing despite the rain today.
Last Thursday evening at UGArden’s Fall Festival, the tiny house was on display to the general public for the very first time. Over 300 people attended the festival and it seems like more than a third of them came into the tiny house at varying points through the night to check out the the inside … More Open (Tiny) House
It is so amazing to see our tiny house grow, from insulating a metal trailer to having an actual structure so show for our work. The progress we have made is really something to be proud of and every work day brings us visibly closer to having produced an actual livable home. We can’t see … More Framing Progress
Last week we made a huge step in moving the tiny house! Just like Brian showed in a previous post, I’ll contribute some different pictures to get another look at the first step! It was a pretty cool thing to witness because there were only a handful of us who got to help direct the … More The Little House That Could
1. Always wear safety glasses; sawdust is a jerk 2. Measure twice, cut once 3. Have patience, things aren’t going to go your way the first time around 4. That also means everything takes longer to do than you think 5. Wearing gloves comes in handy when working with metal sheets 6. Screws and metal … More Lesson from the Tiny House
During the first work day we had to put the base boards throughout the floor of the trailer so the installation could be put in. Joel Van Asch
I’ve gone from operating on Windows in my computer classes, to installing windows in a tiny house… Matt Reeves
Way-Back-When Wednesday… This is me after our first workday – August 20th. I didn’t expect to post this anywhere. I sent it to my family to show ’em I had started the semester off working hard. That was one sweaty afternoon… Remember the bruises we got from drilling into the metal trailer, Joel?? Memories. Student Blog Post … More Remember That First Week?
Our first public showing of the Tiny Dawg House will be this Thursday evening, at the UGArden Club Fall Festival. Everyone is invited to come and see the house and ask questions of our student builders. For more information about the Fall Festival see: https://www.facebook.com/events/380645318775915/. Future public showing dates will be posted to this blog,