The second Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs was a huge success this year. I was really impressed by the big changes just from last year.
With a much larger venue lines were shorter with even though there were more people. There were 48 houses this year and around 60,000 tiny house enthusiasts came to check them out and listen to the many speakers to help them plan their own dreams.
Darin Zaruba, the instigator of the Jamboree, convinced me to get out of my comfort zone and asked me to be keynote speaker. I was also part of the 60 people who authored a must have tiny house book called “Turning Tiny.”
One of the biggest changes I noticed in this year’s Jamboree was how the tiny house sizes and designs have changed. Dee Williams had her original Tumbleweed there and it looked extremely tiny next to all the larger tiny homes that were represented this year.
If you were not able to make it this year, plan your schedule around the next Jamboree. We would love to see you there!
Check out the latest issue of the Tiny House Magazine with more photos and stories about tiny house living.