The building trades students started working on this project last week and so much has happened so quickly. I have tons of pictures to share with ya’ll. If you are new here check out our Tiny House Journeyto get up to speed.
I am currently building a Tiny House. I am updating the blog as the project moves along. Check out my post on Feb 24th to get the scoop. If you’d like more frequent updates, follow me on Twitter.
5 thoughts on “Subfloor and walls : Tiny House”
Cute! well actually big. This looks like fun.
Pre 1998 Dodge Diesel D350 with the 12 Valve 6BT Cummins Engine is a green way to travel. The Cummins Power Plant is Bio Fuel friendly and has great fuel MPG. Avoid the 4 speed overdrive transmission and find a good 3 speed or manual transmission truck with Dully rear wheels. My preference is the 1989 – 1993 Generation One Models. I just drove across the USA to Florida with my 1990 Dodge Diesel that was fueled on recycled hydraulic oil and then drove back to California. My return trip I pulled a 9,000lbs 34 foot triple axle Airstream Limited Classic. Happy Travels, 🙂 Josh
Could I just hire you to come pull us from WI? Thanks for the advice!
I love this project, Petey! Building our dream house is something a lot of folk aspire to, and to see someone chasing it down is really cool.
Keep up the good work. Miss you and my best to the family. 🙂
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