Tammy and Logan are back in California – but now living on a ranch near Mount Shasta.
“On Tuesday, September 4 we moved from Portland, Oregon to the ranch. My sweet husband, Logan, grew up on a cattle ranch in northern California, about twelve miles east of Yreka. The ranch is nestled in a small valley called Little Shasta and it’s one of my favorite places on the planet because it’s so beautiful.
Originally, we had planned on moving to Chico in a few months. However, we’ve always wanted to live in a rural area and this is the perfect time to give it a try. We’re trying to be open to where life takes us and if we like living on the ranch we’ll stay. For now, we’re going to enjoy the ranch and time with family. Rural living is going to be a really fun adventure!”
Continue reading about The Big Move — go small, think big & be happy.
I’d love to see more bike pulled tiny houses out there.
“26-year-old Portland resident Alexander Main wants to change the world by building tiny houses that can be pulled behind a bicycle.”
via BikePortland.org » Blog Archive » A tiny house with big aspirations: Introducing the ‘BikeRV’.
This isn’t tiny but nice and small, but seems like a very livable size for this small family.
“Portland, Oregon-based interior designer Jessica Helgerson has been living, for the past year, “rather experimentally in a 540-square-foot cottage on five acres of farmland.” She and her family raise chickens, turkeys, bees, and grow their own food.”
via A Scandinavian Cottage—in Portlandia : Remodelista.
Brian at I Stock House Plans sent a link to this free floating tiny tender house in Portland, Oregon. The ad appears on craigslist. Just in case the ad gets removed I took a screenshot and added it below. It’s amazing what people give away on craigslist. Thanks for the tip Brian!
Free Floating Tiny House
Katy Anderson and Dee Williams are launching a new tiny house business, The Portland Little House Construction Co. Both Katy and Dee have a lot of tiny house living and building experience and I suspect the homes they build will rival Tumbleweed Tiny Houses in quality but will have a style all of their own.
Tammy Strobel from RowdyKittens just did a guest post on Tiny House Blog about these great little houses in Portland. They were built by Jeff and Brad who make an extra effort to reuse and recycle while creating these tiny habitable works of art.
Portland Tiny Homes
Tammy over at RowdyKittens took a trip to Oregon last week and came back with some amazing photos and details about some cottages in Portland’s Missippippi district. She also posted a bunch of her photos on Flickr.
Tammy from RowdyKittens took a trip up to Portland, Oregon to see Stephanie from Coming Unmoored this past week. Tammy got a first hand look at Stephanies tiny floating home on the Columbia River. Tammy will be posting more about her trip with lots of photos in the next few days. I’ve seen a few of the great photos she took in and around Portland and tiny houses she visited already. See the photos on Flickr. For more on the slumber party read this post on RowdyKittens.