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Book Title: Tiny House - Book 4: For Micro, Tiny, Small, and Unconventional House Enthusiasts|
The author of the book: Kent Griswold
Edition: Tiny House Blog http://tinyhouseblog.com/
Date of issue: March 2nd 2015
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The Tiny House Book Series is a Kindle format of the Tiny House Magazine a Tiny House Blog publication. In Book 4 the articles from Issue four are featured.
Cat and Pacifico share their tiny house. I have never been in a tiny house that felt so roomy and had so much storage. The loft area is just unbelievable for such a small space. They have a really cool outdoor shower and bath. They have also extended the living area with a large porch which will soon be screened in so they can enjoy it at all times. In addition they have a rooftop area that can work as extended outdoor living space.
How many people does it take to move a Tiny House over the Continental Divide? Merete Mueller says in our case: seven. The occasion was the Colorado premiere of TINY at Mountain film, a film festival in Telluride that has been near and dear to Christopher and my hearts for many years now. When our documentary about the Tiny House movement, TINY: A Story About Living Small was accepted to screen at the festival, we were overjoyed. And then came an email from the festival director, “Make sure you bring your tiny house!” We looked at each other, thinking: were we up for an 8-hour road trip over the mountains with our precious Tiny House in tow?
Christina Nellemann says when a contemporary artist who's tired of tent camping decides to build a teardrop trailer, a series of mad skills comes to light. These skills can be seen in the final result: the detailed and beautifully crafted Atma Travelear. I met David McCamant and his Atma Travelear teardrop trailer at the 20th Dam Gathering of the Tears at Shasta Lake in northern California and was blown away by his first attempt at building one of these tiny trailers.
Joshua Becker shares “5 Life-Giving Truths From 5 Years of Living with Less”
During the summer months in Portland, Oregon, air-conditioning was unnecessary. The temperature was typically around 80 degrees Fahrenheit (F) and rarely felt hot. The wool insulation in the tiny house combined with a fan to suck in the cool evening air was all that was required to stay within a tolerable temperature. However, now that the tiny house has moved south to the Central California Valley, the summer heat has been intense. We moved to Red Bluff, CA during the first week of May and quickly experienced high temps above 95 degrees F. In early June, one day exceeded 113 degrees F. Logan Smith tells us how they worked out how to keep their tiny house cool.
This and much more in Tiny House Book 4. Purchase your copy today!
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