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The grand


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The grand


 
 

A left turn

Stuck in a house I didn't love and a job I that didn't inspire me, I decided to start anew. I came out of the military and started chasing the American Dream by buying a house and working my fingers to the bone for someone who didn't know my name. The one thread of sanity in my life was skydiving. When you jump out of a plane you don't take anything with you that you don't need, you learn how to be a minimalist and to make the best of it. It was time I applied that to every day of my life, not just at 12,000 feet. 

 
 
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Run Home


"Ive heard it said that within our deathly culture, the most revulutionary thing anyone can do is follow ones heart.  I would add that once youve begun to do that, the most moral and revolutionary thing you can do is help others find their hearts."

-Derrik Jensen

Run Home


"Ive heard it said that within our deathly culture, the most revulutionary thing anyone can do is follow ones heart.  I would add that once youve begun to do that, the most moral and revolutionary thing you can do is help others find their hearts."

-Derrik Jensen

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Easy living made simple


Easy living made simple


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Special thanks

So much went into this house, hands down the biggest project I have ever taken on.  It wouldn't have been possible without the help of my brothers James, Caleb, Thomas, Logan and my good friend Andy.  They were eager to learn and eager to help.  I'd also like to thank Andrew and Gabriella Morrison for the wonderful plans that I based my hOMe off of.  You can find the plans on www.tinyhousebuild.com.  Damon Deschamp and Natalie Doolittle of Trailer Made Custom Trailers made a mean foundation for my house to ride on, I personally wouldn't go any other way.  Matt Reed of Envision Electric was a huge help when it came to wiring this monster, piles of knowledge and was always willing to help whenever he could. Thanks to all the good advice and support from friends and family, the good words were all I needed to know I was doing the right thing with this big scary endeavor.  And thank you for reading about my journey, please don't hesitate to ask any questions or ask for help if you have any tiny projects of your own.