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Less is Less

I met a wonderful *new* blogger on the Interwebs last night named Dusti. She writes over at Minimalist Adventures and she has a wonderfully conscious, grounded, and encouraging blog and lifestyle. I could hardly believe she had gained such insight at only 22 years old. Proves yet again that age is little more than a […]

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Does a Tiny House need a tiny porch?

“Nobody thought much about the front porch when most Americans had them and used them. The great American front porch was just there, open and sociable, an unassigned part of the house that belonged to everyone and no one, a place for family and friends to pass the time.” -Rochlin, The Front Porch, in Home, […]

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Finding a parking spot for your Tiny House

Since Thursday afternoon we have been in Pink Hill, North Carolina visiting with Crystal’s family and taking a tour of our future homestead. No, we have no fancy name for it yet and we don’t even know what our true intention for the square feet are. But it was pretty much all the excitement we […]

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Tiny House inspiration

Two days ago Crystal was visiting a friend in Clayton, NC while I was working in Raleigh. Somewhere along HWY 70W she passed Camptown RV and spotted what looked to her like the closest thing to a Tiny House we have ever seen. Indeed it had the look and was even built on a towable […]

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Coffee on a small scale

Crystal and I begin our day almost the same way – day after day. The first one of us to roll out of bed puts the coffee in the filter, closes the lid, and pushes start. We typically fill the water the night before. Why we don’t put the coffee in too, I don’t know. […]

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