Tiny House Summer Camp 4

Thursday, April 12, 2012

A Tiny Pink House in Rockport, MA- AND Two NEW speakers announced for "Tiny House Summer Camp"

 SOME TINY HOUSE EYE CANDY FOR YA'- A photo I took from Rockport, MA- A great town for tiny house sightings! Many more photos to come from my Rockport trip a few weeks back...


A Rockport MA guest house, with matching trim and paint to its parent house....


ALSO.....

"Tiny House Summer Camp" is quickly turning into more a tiny housing geek convention than a workshop....kidding...well, then again.....either way, its a very GOOD thing.... we'll list the full entire roster real soon, I promise....



July 6-9th- For four days, just outside Orleans, Vermont, I'll be hosting a tiny house building workshop in the woods, where guests will have the chance to not only swing some hammers and learn the tricks of the trade (while we assemble a micro-cabin I designed for a show on The History Channel), but will be able to stay in a log cabin, my Vermont cabin, a treehouse, and more- a field with camping space and tenting is also right in the midst of the 10 acre spread where we'll be hosting this. Two meals included, a log cabin notching demo, a field trip or two, and campfire discussions at night will make this a weekend to certainly remember.

To recap...
Guest speakers are:
William Rockhill- who runs Bear Creek Carpentry (www.bearcreekcarpentry.com)- he's a lifelong carpenter from the Adirondacks, and has built MANY tiny houses for the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, and for log cabins numerous clients. 

Mariah Coz- of www.cometcamper.wordpress.com and her classic Avalon Camper, which she's renovating in a VERY green/eco fashion to serve as a mobile classroom for living a low impact life, through the re-use and fixing of trailers and rvs.

and JUST ADDED....
Kevin Harrington of Cozyhomeplans.com- coming all the way from Texas to talk about his small house concepts and designs, and more...

and my brother Dustin "Dr. Demolition" Diedricksen will be making it as well- he's a small house dweller, environmental engineer, and will have alot, by means of space saving designs and approaches, to offer to this workshop.

Workshop- 4 days, is $399 before May 15th- $475 after. Email me at kidcedar at gmail dot com if interested.

And we'll probably have more!
-Derek "Deek" Diedricksen

1 comment:

  1. I always enjoy the ornate fascia patterns that you see on those older new england homes. You know, in a doily kind of way.

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