Workshop – May 2014

We just wrapped up our latest workshop in Georgia. It was a sold out event and as usual we had a great group of people which makes for a great time. I’ve said it before, but hanging out with so many like minded people is awesome!


We hosted this workshop on a local scenic farm, which had a pretty great view if anyone got tired of looking at me :)

We’re planning on having all future Georgia workshops at this location.

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There’s also room for camping for those who are into that. Many of the campers ended up staying up late hanging out around the fire and roasting marshmallows and hot dogs. I on the other hand went home and passed out! Talking all day takes it out of you :)

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This time we had two tiny houses and a tiny house trailer to view (and sleep in for 2)!




Here’s Laura and Matt from giving their presentation. We’ve had them out for a few of our workshops and we always get good feedback. I like their story.


One of the attendees, Chris, made the mistake of mentioning it was his birthday. So of course we got a cake and all sang Happy Birthday at lunch :) Chris was also super helpful throughout the workshop.


Here’s Amy using a nail gun for the first time. She’s already got one of our trailers and is starting construction this summer. I expect we’ll be keeping in touch.


Brian, who bought a trailer from us and attended the workshop was kind enough to bring it with him. It proved to be a great visual aid.

We’ve scheduled our next workshop for September 6-7. Get more details at

I hope to see you there!

5 thoughts on “Workshop – May 2014

  1. Hi I’m so enthralled with the tiny house building and tiny houses themselves. I’m so interested in learning but have no experience. I don’t know why but i feel like i need to know more! will you be having work shops in 2015? how long are they? how much do they cost ? is there some where for someone to stay that is from out of area? (I’m in west virginia so i’d be traveling there to experience this process) thanks!

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