Hi folks! My tiny house, the Bayside Bungalow, in Olympia, Washington is available for rent this winter. I’m looking for a full-time renter from December or January through April. Tiny houses in the Northwest fare much better in the winter when someone is living there full-time running the water & keeping the heat on (i.e. no frozen tiny pipes!). And now with the Envi heater AND Dickenson stove, it’ll stay nice and cozy! The house sits on waterfront property on the shore of the Puget Sound, in a rural, quiet setting, which is 15 minutes from downtown Olympia.
Photogrpahs Copyright Tumbleweed Tiny House Company
Asking $550/mo. with utilities included, but I’m willing to be flexible for the right fit.
See www.baysidebungalow.com for photos, and contact information. If you or someone you know is interested, please pass along the word and let me know!
by Brittany Yunker
I carved this little tiny house pumpkin last weekend and just had to snap some photos of it. I was trying to find an original design to carve on my pumpkin but it seemed like nothing I was finding online or coming up in my mind with piqued my interest – and then I thought: Why not carve a tiny house in a pumpkin?
I used a clove for the doorknob and toothpicks for the windows, a zucchini for the stovepipe, sliced potatoes for the shingles and decorative mini-pumpkins for the “wheels”. Pretty cute, eh?
~A tiny house on Puget Sound~