I’m pretty sure I’ve said this before, but every single time Casey and I make a trip to a hardware store, or are out at the tiny house, or I’m watching him sweat buckets on building, I pinch myself. And … Continue reading
Category Archives: our pigwidgeon house
Written August 26, 2012. Yesterday Casey and I spent the entire day building. Well, Casey did most of the building and I helped when I could, cleaning up the build site, keeping him hydrated and company. I chickened out around … Continue reading
What happens when you leave floor joists exposed to the elements for seven weeks while you wait for Home Depot to get your insulation ordered and delivered? Mold spots pop up. I flipped. Then we researched and consulted our crack … Continue reading
Because you should. It’s our tiny house all in a rendering. I have the best husband in the world. Period.
I think my husband is the reincarnation of some historical figure who was both an entrepreneur and an outdoor worker, likely in some locale like West Texas where the sun just beats down on you all day. He’s been building … Continue reading
I hope one day you get to stand in a treehouse and watch the person you love more than anyone in the world build your home.
Read this and this will be us move after next: “The thought of moving feels so much less daunting given our houses. Houses on wheels! I love it. No boxes to pack, no moving trucks to be rented, no boxes … Continue reading
I read a, shall I say, disparaging article from a local-ish tiny house builder (who does brilliant work) on all the reasons attaching a tiny house to a trailer is the most idiotic thing anyone can do. From weight, to … Continue reading
So far there are a handful of reactions of people when we walk them over to see our foundation (again, not much to see quite yet and we only give tours when people happen to drop by the build site … Continue reading
Every single day this summer, I’ve rode to work at 9am with the car windows down. Only one of those days so far has it been above 85 degrees. At 9am, folks. For those keeping score of Texas weather: that … Continue reading