Andrew M. Odom

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Baking In The Tiny House

Several years ago, even before we built our tiny house, we had heard from RVers, folks in mobile homes, and a tiny house person or two, that cooking – let alone baking – in a tiny house was next to impossible. It was discouraging news as both my wife and I enjoy cooking. I like […]

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The Perfect Alternative Christmas Tree

According to HISTORY.com the history of the Christmas tree is a rather long one finding a root (see what I did there?) in numerous cultures over hundreds of years. In fact, “long before the advent of Christianity, plants and trees that remained green all year had a special meaning for people in the winter. Just […]

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Using Quilts For Historical Heat

One of the advantages of building a tiny house or small house is there is seemingly more time and more interest in building such a house with as little heat/air loss as possible. Through photos we have seen far more fuss and concern over insulation, joint tightness, ceiling framing and “sandwiching”, and overall attention to […]

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