Andrew M. Odom

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Pulling The Flap Back On Wall Tents

Follow me here. I was thinking about some of the old Christmas specials that were made in the 1960’s. That led me to a mental picture of an abominable snowman and an igloo from the 1964 stop-animation of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Now I honestly don’t know if the snowman had an igloo or not but that […]

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Hosting Thanksgiving In A Tiny House

Thanksgiving can be a stressful time if we allow it to be. Living in a tiny house doesn’t help to eliminate the stress either. Between apartment size fridges, 2-burner stoves, countertop ovens, no designated dining space, and limited seating space, the idea of hosting seems daunting at best. But with the following tips, a successful […]

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Is It A Tiny House Movement Or Is It Just A Style?

I have long wondered what makes the Tiny House Movement such that it is. Movement is just a moniker, right? By definition, the word movement means…well, in the case of tiny houses the appropriate definition is probably a series of organized activities working toward an objective.  1 For a long time, I felt the appropriate definition […]

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