From Texas-sized 2 Tiny House For Three
***Note: I’m no tech wizard and haven’t been able to figure out why the embedding code isn’t working as it should (likely a WordPress matter since it’s designed for Blogger… c’est la vie!), but the link to view the book larger does seem to work just fine.***
I just love photo books and have been chronicling R.A.D’s childhood with them (they make excellent gifts for rarely seen relatives I’ve found), and I had a freebie in a different size than I normally use that I decided would make a perfect means of recording the build of the tiny house. We will likely hold a few open houses on our own travels, and I thought this would be an easy, hands-on way to share what the house looked like through the various stages of completion. It’s GREA seeing completed houses and drooling over the beautiful details and unique features each homeowner lovingly works into their space, but if you’re anything like me you really want to see the guts of the house, too, to know how it all works so well. Consider this my attempt at showing off the inner workings of our tiny house, even if it just scratches the surface of what all really goes into building your own house.
Anyway, enjoy! We’ve come a long way and still have many more months of hard work ahead of us before we can live in it, but we’re pretty proud of what we’ve accomplished with such limited time to actually work on it. 🙂 -Meg