Kai Schaede from Germany spent three months constructing his modified Weebee to meet his needs. Most Tumbleweed Weebee’s that have been constructed have been built on a trailer, but Kai wanted his on a permanent foundation so he altered it to work for him.
Kai hopes that his pictures will motivate other do-it-yourselfer’s to try what he has done. He is a dental technician with almost no building experience, yet he managed to build this Weebee and the windows on his own.
You can view all Kai’s photos on the Tiny House Journal. Tumbleweed is also offering the Weebee plans for $300 off the usual price until May 31st, 2012. If you have been thinking about buying these plans now is the time to step forward and do it. Click Here to Purchase Now!
Will Pedersen from Abbotsford, BC Canada has constructed a Tumbleweed Tarleton. His cost of materials is around $18,000 Canadian (about $14,500 US).
Will did the bulk of the work himself, but employed an electrician to do the electrical and had a friend who is a plumber assist him with the plumbing.
Will kept an extensive journal of his costs and what it was like to build a Tumbleweed Tarleton and you can download it at my other site the Tiny House Journal. Plus, you can view many pictures of the build and a video.
Tumbleweed is also offering the Tarleton plans for $300 off the usual price until May 31st, 2012. If you have been thinking about buying these plans now is the time to step forward and do it. Click Here to Purchase Now!