smallandtinyhomeideas:

Last week Violet and I saw that someone had put together a tiny house sleeping cabin / music practice studio. It is located just below Violet’s Kindergarten where the 2011 March Tsunami washed everything away. I felt happy seeing this little house equipped with such amenities as a single burner camp stove, keyboard, a font porch with pansies in bloom, all scrap or reclaimed materials including Japanese cedar lap-siding & external window boxes with sliding plexiglass widows. There was even a makeshift solar array out front too.

Because cute

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minimotives:

I haven’t done a general family update in awhile.  Sometimes I like to do these, it’s in place of scrapbooking etc.  This is the random bits of my life over the last few months, if you skip this post I won’t be offended!  I hope you are all well!

Family Update! I haven’t done a general family update in awhile.  Sometimes I like to do these, it’s in place of scrapbooking etc.  

tinyhallhouse:

Tiny Hall house is moving along.  This weekend, we are hoping to get a lot of the electrical hook ups finished up.  It’s been a week of figuring out KWH (I guess high school math did come in hand after all) watts and amps for every single possible items we “might” plug in, getting our final amp and watt numbers so we could finalize our solar system.  There are lots of kits out there and even components that go together nicely, but in the end we wanted something completely portable (like our house) and that was all tied together in one sun-trackable unit.  Sol-solutions, has the sol-man classic that will fit the bill just right.  We’ll also have a  back up genny 2,000-3,000 for “just incase”, but we are excited to finally have our choice made.