Category Archives for "Tiny House History"
When thinking about my ongoing Tiny House History series (of which we are really making up based on a bit of criteria including lessons gained, sustainability of dwelling, actual realistic occupancy, etc) and then thinking about the month of December and the winter season in general I was almost miffed at where to take this […]Continue reading
I submit this to the annuals of tiny house history. On December 21, 1620, the first landing party arrived at the site of what would later become the settlement of Plymouth, Mass and thus began the North American tiny house movement. Due to weather conditions on ‘the Rock’ plans to begin house construction was delayed […]Continue reading
At this point a number of you as readers are questioning as to whether or not you are reading about tiny houses or boats? Truth is you are reading about both. For too long tiny houses have been stereotyped as just being 16′ – 24′ trailers with cute, wooden structures bolted on top. They are […]Continue reading