One of the things I’ve always wanted to accomplish in my lifetime was to learn how to build and I am so thankful for this class for teaching me that desired skill. Whether it is for a simple dining room table or perhaps my own tiny house one day (with the help of some professionals of course), I … More Checking off a box on my bucketlist
My dad came in town yesterday- he couldn’t believe that a class of students built a tiny house so I had to show it off to him! As a man who works in the home improvement field, he was very impressed 🙂
Math is so much more fun when its on cardboard boxes. Spent an entire work day cutting over 60 pieces of wood with this gal for the flooring! I will forever have the numbers 91.5″ and 89.5″ stuck in my head…
Just some pine wood and orange rusty metal to make the tiny house that much more awesome and beautiful!
Pieces of beautifully rusted metal were added onto the house and WOW look how much awesomeness it brings along with it! There was a brief debate over what screws to use on the metal- George and I both agreed purple with look pretty rad… The roof was ordered and the final decision was blue metal, which … More Some metal for some character
I have always wanted to live in a tiny house for the simplicity, affordability, and flexibility it brings into your life. However, I wanted more flexibility and just a wee-bit more space than what a tiny home on a trailer has to offer. So I began binge-searching “school bus homes.” School buses in America can be … More School Bus Conversions
… Come again some other day (preferably the days we aren’t working on the tiny house please).
Mondays have come to be my favorite days. What better way to spend the day than outside in the fresh air building teamwork and useful skills? Oh and especially when almost every workday as been blue skies and 65° + weather! It still amazes me that I got the opportunity to be a part of … More The Most Useful Class I’ve Ever Taken