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Well, as “Tiny House Summer Camp” (a tiny house building, 4 day workshop in Vermont, with camping/lodging) comes closer, I’ve been making trips up to my camp in preparation. Above, what you see isn’t my camp, but a neighboring log cabin that we’ll be using for lodging, and as a backwoods classroom for some of our speakers and discussions. Aside from the log cabin, we also have two or three other locales where we’ll be congregating as a group to openly discuss tiny house construction and design concepts. We still do have about three or so spots left for this camp (July 6-9)- email me at kidcedar at gmail dot com if interested. ALL the speakers, and the weekend’s overview can be found at the large link on the top of this blog.
Above, is me at Goodridge Lumber in Albany, Vermont, a place I’ve been going to for years and years. The best! I WISH all this wood was mine, but we have picked up quite a few loads for the project, a tiny cabin in the woods, that we’ll all be working on together at the workshop. www.goodridgelumber.com– if you ever contact them, tell them I sent you- VERY good people over there.
Another shot of “The Moore Camp”- where we’ll be hanging out, and where some of you are welcome to stay at night for the workshop. We also have a field for tenters, a treehouse, “The Hickshaw” cabin, my own cabin, and so on…we’ll be seeing other cabins too, AND a mom n’ pop saw mill!
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