Beginning a journey to live more simply…

Things have moved pretty quickly, and we are really proud of this project’s progress. Our goal was to get the shell up and weather resistant as fast as we could. Our friends who have been a part of this project have been instrumental in helping us meet this goal. Thanks to the many hands who have been a part of this experience with us so far! This has been incredible and we are excited about the next steps. We will be taking a break for a week or so while I travel to the Oregon Coast to see family and possibly visit the Oregon Shepherd facility to see where our insulation is coming from.

Next we will be focusing on getting the windows in, the cedar siding up, and the metal roof on. Then it’s time to cut our teeth on some plumbing and electrical work!

Please consider joining us as we continue building our tiny house. We would love for you to be part of our journey!

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Comments on: "One Week, One Day, One Tiny House" (2)

  1. Hello guys, I want to congratulate on you blog and your tiny home, both are great. I have been looking at the photos and see cables and outlets, will this be a regular power generated, or will it be converted to AC power?
    I am also thinking of the process of making my own home as well, currently I live in a hotel room so space for me its kind of limited, but I have felt more at home than at a 2,400 sqf home before I got divorced. I live in Florida but would love to travel on my onw home.
    NICE JOB guys !!
    Namaste

    • Thank you Alfredo! There is really something to be said for the freeing feeling when you embrace less…

      We are running on a 30 amp, 110V AC electrical system. Have big dreams of one day exploring some solar options as well. But, for now, conventional is what we can afford!

      Best of luck to you,
      Evan & Gabby

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