HOME – THE DEATH OF ONE TINY HOUSE AND THE BIRTH OF ANOTHER

This is what you call make do and mend! Mind you with bale construction and a wood burner I bet it was warmer than our place!

thinkingcowgirl

There are plenty of advantages to living in small spaces: fewer possessions, reduced impact on the earth, and lower living expenses are just a few of them. More people are choosing to live more simply, and for some that means using the bare minimum of living space. writes Jane Roarski in a recent post on the tinyhouseblog.com

This is the story of the tiny house we used to live in while we were renovating the cottage and it’s eventual demise, happening now as I write.

Then we realised that this was going to be far too small even as a temporary measure, not to mention the cold. We estimated that we’d be in it for approximately 2 years. The photo above was taken in 2002  and we finally moved out in 2011…do the math (s), as they say.

Tiny House Bale House www.thinkingcowgirl.wordpress.com

Some of the sheeps wool insulation we used in the house. Maybe…

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