Work Day!

We’re building tiny houses for homeless birds! Come join us!

In our efforts to raise the funds for our start-up costs (Incorporation, Charitable Organization status, etc) we are building some bird houses and planters to sell! Bring your tools and work ethic and let’s get to building!

We will hold our regular BOD meeting immediately following!

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Our home and tiny house network is growing!

The
BIG
Tiny House
Movement…

The Sustainability Revolution with Seth Mansur

It is so nice to meet so many others interested in the tiny house movement and building community. We have made wonderful progress on our home, and may even be able to move in by mid May up from my earlier estimate of June 1st!!!

We have learned a lot from my father Jon who has been the leader making it all happen. It is amazing to see how efficient days are when he is here, compared to my endless puttering to get something done…

For anyone interested in seeing our building plans and pictures in addition to those on this blog, feel free to explore our public google drive folder we are regularly adding to:

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B6WGsAhfljFxflhHY2dRRHZ3UW9uWjNtY2hDT0pJclRad2FnY21iMnc2aVdLZnZ1YWhIZEk&usp=sharing

And here are a couple pictures of recent progress on our home:

In addition to the physical building of our tiny house, we are using this as an opportunity to connect with as…

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Plumb in the sun

Looking forward to our first build! In the near future!

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Good morning!

It’s Monday, and although I am not too excited for the start of another work week, I am thankful for the progress that was made on the tiny house build this weekend. Even with our primary builder Dusty getting pulled away to another job site, we managed to get all of the walls up and framed 4 of the 13 windows!

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We are really excited to see the house take shape as the pile of construction materials begin to dwindle. It’s also encouraging to see that our estimates for building supplies has been really close to what we are actually using.At this point we have a few items to return, but very little waste.

We got a lot done, but might have been able to get even more done if we hadn’t changed the size of the kitchen window at the last minute, causing a little bit of…

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