First, I’m back and successfully moved my daughter. Second, thanks everyone for your responses to the post about Tiny House Meets. I will be going through them and sorting out the ideas and will get back to you soon on what steps I plan to make to help in this issue.
Along these lines of community, Sandy Foster of the Victorian Catskills Cottage featured recently in the New York Times is currently writing a book about her studio and is looking for others who have built similar small cottages, preferably made from salvaged materials and decorated in a romantic style (shabby chic, French, farmhouse).
Sandy’s studio is an old hunting cabin that she renovated. It measures 9 by 14 feet and cost her $3,000. If you’d like to share your tiny house story with Sandy, you can contact Sandy through her blog. So please join in and help her if you can.
Photo Credits: Trevor Tondro for The New York Times