Kent Griswold

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Method to No Madness ~ with Ross Pennington and Sheena Henry

What’s not to love about a friendship that starts around a propane heater, on a cold Texas evening, fueled by bourbon? This week we’re interviewing the new darlings of the tiny house movement, and recent recipients of the Florida Tiny House Festival “Best Tiny Home” award, Ross Pennington and Sheena Henry. After an unfortunate start […]

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Building the 21st Century’s Gypsy Wagon

Road Gypsy has recently set up shop in Southern California, building multi-functional, affordable campers in an eye-pleasing, vintage style. Playhouse, garden shed, camper, hauler, spare bedroom: a Road Gypsy wagon can do all these things and do them well. Moving? You can load up your stuff…there’s lots of possibilities here. “In a culture plagued with […]

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Grant Becker’s Tiny Treehouse

This treehouse was built by an 11-year-old boy and his mom. It took him 2.5 years to complete. Grant designed the treehouse and led the project. He used youtube videos to learn almost everything needed to know about building and construction. Green, reclaimed, recycled or repurposed materials were used everywhere possible. Everything was built from […]

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