I’d be lying if I said I was excited to write this post….my expectation of where we’d be in our build a week before Thanksgiving was, as you can imagine, FAR ahead of our current reality. That being said, I am somehow still hopeful that we will make our mid-February deadline when our current lease ends. However, that will only happen if we get outside help. If this build has taught me anything it is to recognize that I have limits and need to be more aware of them. Continue reading “Yes, we ARE still building the tiny house”
As I sat waiting for the house to (finally) arrive in Portland, I found myself reflecting over the past crazy year. Next week will mark one year since Tish and I sold her house and left Richmond. Driving west, we were filled with optimism and excitement to start the next chapter of our lives; we were enthusiastic about the work we would have to put in to make it all happen. We were committed to living a healthy life with a good balance of work and play.
WOAH. How have four months already gone by since my last post?! Things have been moving at the speed of light over here….in the last four months we:
Last week we drove up to Portland for another TinyHouseBuild.com workshop. We decided to make the most of the trip (and break up the drive) by stopping to camp for a night along the way. Tish found this great campground — Union Creek Campground on the Rogue River –and got us a spot right on the river. It was such a beautiful site and we had noone camping around us! Continue reading “Portland Tiny House Workshop”