Month: October 2014

Getting Out and About In North Carolina

The first tiny house workshop Tiny r(E)volution had the pleasure of being a part of was in Wilmington, NC back in 2012. It was a great event and I met a number of people I had admired online for some time including Deek D, Steven Harrell, Kent Griswold, Ryan Mitchell, and even Laura LaVoie (who would later become my partner-in-crime and co-host of the r(E)vo Convo). It is hard to believe it has been two long years since then and even harder to believe that I haven’t participated in a workshop or build weekend in almost 8 months. That is about to change though. Hosted by Deek Diedricksen the weekend workshop in Carolina Beach, NC is a great opportunity for an exclusive number of participants to learn techniques, tool usage, and design principals by working with other attendees to collectively construct a 12′ long cabin on a lot near the beach; one that will have a wood stove in the end run, and which will incorporate a good deal of salvaged material in the build. Alongside the cabin, we’ll build a small deck, pallet chairs, a workbench, and much more! Its going to be a lot of fun indeed! “North Carolina is a perfect spot to host a workshop, and the reason we’re coming back. That state is a hotbed of progressive living/construction ideas, an epicenter for the tiny house movement, and...

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