Tiny House Workshop #1

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We wrapped our first workshop on Sunday, and I must say it was awesome. It’s amazing being in a room of likeminded people all interested in making changes in their life.

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I brought my Tinier Living house to the workshop and it was by far the most popular thing there (although the cookies each day at 3 and the free beer at 5 were pretty popular too :)

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Here is Solomon trying out the second sleeping loft (formally known as a storage loft ;)

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A little breakfast to kick the day off.

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We had lots of hands on activities which for many was the first time they had ever used power tools. The nail gun was a favorite.

Here’s a video with some of the responses we got from the workshop

 

I’ll be putting together the schedule for our future workshops soon, so stay tuned if you missed this one/

8 thoughts on “Tiny House Workshop #1

  1. Hey Dan! I was SO bummed that I couldn’t attend. (I just don’t have the funds right now.) I’m the volunteer Organizer for a wonderful new volunteer group in Asheville (FB: Ashville Sustainable & Tiny House Building Co-op) that’s interested in not just learning to build tiny/small homes, but in actually DOING it. I’m working hard to line up speakers, tours and projects. I would LOVE to talk to you about how we may be able to help each other out in spreading the Tiny Home message!

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  4. Thank you, Dan for a great Workshop in Atlanta! Just got my trailer down my driveway (only took an hour – Whew!) If I can get it down my skinny street and drive, I can get my house anywhere! So looking forward to getting started. Thank you for giving me the confidence to get going!

  5. I am thinking about attending the Asheville Workshop in October. I have a question or two. What time would the workshop start on Saturday and Sunday? This will help me pick which hotel or campground I stay at. Should I bring anything with me? (notepad-pen/gloves/etc)

    • The hours are from 9-5, but we normally hang out and have a few drinks and chat afterwards on each day. And there’s no need to bring anything as I should have it all :)

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