Tiny Yellow House #5 – Vermont Cabin

Deek just sent me a link to his latest Tiny Yellow House vidoe, so I decided to slip it into today’s video day.

We head to the green mountains of Vermont, where Deek and his brother have been working on a cabin in the woods for several years. Away from the noise and chaos of city life, this tiny home away from home offers a place where friends, family, and neighbors can kick back and enjoy nature, play music around a campfire, and enjoy the simple things in life.

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Elizabeth Goertz - October 20, 2010 Reply

This guy rocks

Tim - October 20, 2010 Reply

Excellent as always!

Lesle Mora - October 20, 2010 Reply

What a couple of characters. Love the cabin, except for the loft, as I’m a bit claustrophobic.

Epperson - October 20, 2010 Reply

I enjoy your videos and appreciate and get your wicked sense of humor. I’m a New Englander though most Bostonians view anything north of the Pike a part of Quebec.

Some of your inventions and gadgets are remarkable especially the veggie-based mini-stove. Any chance you could make a video or write a blog post on it?

Thanks, much appreciated.

Dayle Ann Stratton - October 20, 2010 Reply

Almost got the Vermont thing with the cap. The bill kinda travels with the sun, so that half the time it is sideways. Also, guys, gotta learn how to pronounce Vermont: it’s V’mon’ (those ‘ are glottal stops, and the n is in the nose, cut off at the end).

But building the cabin around the chair is pure Vermont. Good goin’.

Deek - October 21, 2010 Reply

lol- we’ll work on the accent Dayle…
That Vermont-Cap-gag- just made it up on the spot (the saying, that is)- but yeah, you’re right, the hat DOES have to be cocked to the side a bit…

Thanks all, for a’watchin!

-Deek

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