Andrew M. Odom

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Was There A Tiny House On Plymouth Rock?

I submit this to the annuals of tiny house history. On December 21, 1620, the first landing party arrived at the site of what would later become the settlement of Plymouth, Mass and thus began the North American tiny house movement.   Due to weather conditions on ‘the Rock’ plans to begin house construction was delayed […]

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Calling A Tree Home

“TREE HOUSE A tree house, a free house, A secret you and me house, A high up in the leafy branches Cozy as can be house.” ~ Shel Silverstein Where The Sidewalk Ends There is something magical about living in a treehouse. It is the idea of being so close to nature that it literally […]

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Living Life As A Vagabond

The word vagabond seems to carry such a negative connotation in our society. (thank you Wikipedia) It is often used to reference a drifter, a grifter, a bum, or a hobo. Truth is it is little more than a person who wanders from place to place without a settled home. That is the definition anyway. […]

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