It started this summer. In the blistering heat of the summer, we began our second season with the Tiny House Project by milling some fallen trees at UGArden, our class construction site. Here is a video showing the process. You can check out the video here: https://vimeo.com/177287616.
Well, we (me and Ryan McNeil, who served as both co-pilot and driving therapist) made it. After a week of sleepless nights worrying the Tiny Dawg House would roll over into a ditch on the ride down the road, the day finally arrived. With minimal fanfare and a lot a sighs, we got into the … More New Owner
The Tiny Dawg House is almost done and will soon be headed to its new home in Sylvania, Georgia at Walker Farms: http://www.walkerorganicfarm.com/
We have a TON of things to do to meet our December 15 completion deadline. Its hard to imagine we started with a blank trailer in August
John became the first student to take up the torch (er…magnet)
Callie cuts some trim.
Hard to tell from the (lack of) Blog posts, but yes, we are still working on the tiny house, even through all this rain.
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,
Options for insulating a green house have increased tremendously over the last several years, with many new products and improved versions on older products. There are may types of fiberglass, foam, and even recycled jeans (see http://www.nrdc.org/business/design/denim.asp) A tiny home poses a few unique problems, but the biggest concern is the thickness of floor, ceiling/roof and walls, … More Decisions…Decisions (Insulation)
They laugh at me because I keep dragging the worksite for nails and screws with this large magnet. Laugh all you want I say, “but I have no interest in finding a nail in a tire of the trailer for Tiny Dawg House, while driving down the highway at 50 mph.