Category Archives for "Tree House"
To kick off the official start of summer in the Northern Hemisphere, I thought I would add a little color to the Tiny House Blog with some tiny houses from Belize, the land of perpetual summer. My husband and I recently returned from the tropical country where we stayed on several cayes (pronounced keys) and … Read moreContinue reading
I thought of this tiny lighthouse when I saw your blog for the first time today. This lighthouse is located in Penobscot Bay, Maine. http://www.lighthousefriends.com/light.asp?ID=539 I was on a schooner cruise (knitting themed) and snapped this photo. I also built (with my dad’s help) a tiny tree cabin 20 years ago and lived in it … Read moreContinue reading
Treehouses have been making the news lately with Deek Diedrickson’s “Wolfe’s Den” and Joel Allen’s HemLoft. Across the pond, the ecoPerch is a new tiny house design based on a treehouse from the Blue Forest company in the U.K. This beautiful structure is designed to fit into the natural surroundings while still offering enough space … Read moreContinue reading
by Joel Allen Some people make a conscious decision to buck the American standard of living and shoehorn their lives into a tiny home. It didn’t happen to me that way. I ended up building a small home through a series of bizarre circumstances. I started off with a career in Software development at the … Read moreContinue reading
Treehouses, homemade canoes and Labrador Retrievers. What more can you ask for in a radio show? Eric Rochow of GardenFork recently spoke with Deek Diedrickson, microhome builder and author of the new “Humble Homes, Simple Shacks” book in an episode of GardenFork Radio. Deek and Eric (two men cut from the same cloth) discuss the … Read moreContinue reading