Closing Up the House

I know it's been awhile, but we've been just a wee bit busy snugging up our tiny home for the winter.  You'll forgive us, won't you?

From sun up to sun down, the work moves along, slow but steady.  The roof is on, windows are in, insulation is hung and the house is wrapped up snug and tight.  With the last window installed, we didn't hesitate a moment to unpack the camper and move into our new home.  After four long months in the camper, I can't even begin to describe how good it feels to sleep under a solid roof again.


Tiny House Update

This past week has been just the boost we needed.  The loft joists are completed, the rafters are set and the sheathing is mostly done!  It's finally starting to look like a house and we're beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel.  I sincerely hope that by the end of the weekend, it will be completely enclosed.


One Last Swim

The campground was empty, less the two older couples in their RV, who looked at us rather strangely.  It was an unseasonably 80 degrees earlier this week, and the lake was calling for one last swim.  It's hard to believe that it's going to snow tonight.


Making Chores Fun

It's good to be reminded that even the most mundane of chores can be made fun.  Cole turned a warm afternoon of dish duty into a warm afternoon of bubble fun!

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