The morning of our next work day, I was making breakfast in the RV and could hear a steady sound of something dripping outside. It wasn’t raining at the moment, but it had showered the night before. So, I went outside and followed the noise which led me to look under the trailer. Lo and behold, water was streaming from Continue reading “It’s starting to look like a house!”
When the entire subfloor was complete (or so we thought), we began constructing the framing for the walls of the tiny house. Things were getting a little more exciting now. This is where I began to see the beautiful “guts” of my house! On a Friday afternoon, we completed one end wall. Continue reading “Subflooring installation (take 2), and then some…”
The week following the installation of the aluminum flashing, a thunderstorm rolled through in the night and it rained with a fury. The entire deck was covered in water. Since we had sealed up the seams of the flashing with tape, the water had nowhere to go. This solidified our decision from last week to not install a vapor barrier on top of the flashing. To prevent any future water-logging, Mike thought it would be a good idea to Continue reading “Subfloor installation, take 1”
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Many of our friends and family have heard Mike and I talking about possibly building a tiny house for me for some time now. I’m happy to announce that the building of my tiny house has actually begun! It was at some point early in the year that I finally made up my mind that I wanted to live in a tiny house. I had continued living in ‘ol Betty (my RV) after I got back from my road trip last summer. The winter was harsh with Continue reading “The tiny house build begins!”