Here’s where I used to live: F House Oh home sweet home. I miss it. In the summertime I used the whole thing, but in the winter, I lived in the “bedroom” segment full time, it being small and easy to heat. It was closed off from the front portion and heavily insulated with draperies.… Continue reading There Goes the Old Home
I saw the Dickinson marine heater for the first time in a Tiny House Giant Journey video and was instantly impressed. Smaller models are available. I originally wrote “smitten” but that’s not entirely true, as I’m phobic nervous about gas and have to firmly not think of fire or suffocation. The same pros and cons… Continue reading Room Heat
Lot of room for flexibility on water heater. Leaning toward tankless gas, but will consider tankless electric or small volume point-of-use tank for either. Here are some to look at. I’ve been seeing lots of this sort of thing and they are definitely attractive: Problem is, they’re not designed to hook up to any sort… Continue reading Water Heater
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I am loving the look of Hornby Island Caravans. It looks like they can craft well in that space between full-size tiny houses a la Tumbleweed and craft caravans of the Pennsic Homeowners Association. I’d like to commission one with these specs: Aurora style. This means arched roof, T&G interior, shiplap exterior, 7.5 feet width, 16 foot… Continue reading Middle Style Home
I’m also thinking about something like a chair rail most of the way around the inside with regularly spaced tie downs or cleats. Perhaps an exterior version around the outside also. The inner ones would be for securing loose furniture or hanging arbitrary items. The exterior ones would be for storing things like a ladder… Continue reading Tie Downs