Whittled Down Caravan/Gypsy Wagon Video Tour

whittled down caravan

Hey all, a belated happy new year, and here’s a brand new video mini-tour of “The Whittled Down” Caravan, which made a guest-structure appearance at our Tiny House Building Workshop in Massachusetts this past November (one of five tiny shelters, structures, houses, we had on site!). It was built by Tristan Chambers and Libby Reinish (now of Easthampton, Massachusetts) for a mere $1,500 – trailer and all. They drove it to Massachusetts all the way from New Mexico, where it was originally built. This little wagon also had a full page photo spread in “Humble Homes, Simple Shacks.”

By the way, some guy named Kent Griswold (tinyhouseblog.com) will be trekking cross-country to speak and hang out at the next workshop that I’m hosting alongside Steven Harrell (from tinyhouselistings.com) in Wilmington, North Carolina (April 26th-28th). Other speakers include Laura LaVoie from 120squarefeet.com, Dustin Diedricksen (environmental engineer and small house dweller/builder), Alex Pino of tinyhousetalk.com, and more….its almost becoming a tiny, “tiny house convention”. We’ll ALL be building a tiny guest house too, and holding campfire discussions at night. Its limited to 25 people to keep it more intimate.

We’ll have the full roster/event poster out soon, and keep you updated. You can also sign up at Relaxshacks.com for this three day, hands-on, workshop.

-Derek “Deek” Diedricksen

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Christina - January 12, 2013 Reply

Just needs a nice team of horses to pull it!

Shell - January 12, 2013 Reply

Very cool.Thank you : )

Tiny Houses Hankerings - January 12, 2013 Reply

Very cute. I like the bright spots of color they use here and there. And the translucent roof is a great idea that adds way more light then a traditional roof.

Deek - January 13, 2013 Reply

thanks all…there’s more on them at http://www.whittleddown.com

Dave - January 19, 2013 Reply

Great project. Do you know what your final total weight is?

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