Back to reality

Hello and happy Monday!  Well, it’s back to reality (especially since classes start next week!!!) after a great weekend at the Tiny House Jamboree.  I’m not sure how to start any discussions on the Jamboree – maybe because I’m in information overload – but I will get to discussing topics that were covered.  In the meantime here’s some pics of the awesome weekend.  Enjoy!

One of the 50 houses on display
One of the 50 houses on display

toy hauler
toy hauler
tiny church on wheels
tiny church on wheels
Even park model homes were available for tours
Even park model homes were available for tours

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various THOW
various THOWs
presentations - this is a tiny house podcast
presentations & workshops- this is a tiny house podcast
tiny house vendors – composting toilets, solar manufactures, wood stoves, etc.

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