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We'd all love to see more!!
I recently attended an open house for a "tiny" house in Boulder. This young couple just finished up there project last week. Their tiny house is only 127 sq feet.
I welcome peoples ability to make their own choices, but when their choices impact the planet (negatively) it is a burden that everyone else living on this finite world has to deal with.
To use the "Goldilocks" analogy - the 1st house is just waaay to big, the 127 SF is waaay too small, but my 1900 sf is juuuuust right!!
After spending some time in their tiny house, my 200 sq ft cabin seems very huge. The perception of space changes quickly when you are limited to 8 feet wide. My cabin is 11 wide (outside) with a 10' high back wall, it also does not have a large partition wall and with its big windows feels much much bigger that it really is.
I'll just bet that extra 73sf does make a big difference!! Especially w/higher ceilings, large windows and an open floor plan (Please tell me the "powder room" is enclosed) LOL
I can see their RV being a great weekend get away and I could definitely stand that much coziness - on a limited basis. If things get cramped there's always the great outdoors, right???
@Susan - celebrities or not, we all have our own political views. If I said what she did, then there would not have been such a big stink. I learned that politics is one topic best not discussed period!
@KMS - So in the dead of night - rain, sleet, snow or hail, you make her grab a flashlight and head to the shed??? How in the world did you get away w/o planning for a proper "indoor space"?? And what is a chippy? Obviously I don't know that much about your part of the world!!
The original cabin plan had / has an alcove that was to be used....I got out voted by three females to provide a more private location ( aka.. use in the shed) The Sawduster is fully portable
Chippy...is generic for chipmunks, rats, squirrels, field mice etc. Those furry friends that prefer to live in the structure I built over digging their own burrow.