Yesterday, the Timber Framers Guild Lake Naconiche Workshop officially began, and we starting chipping away at the layout work for the 32×48 timber frame pavilion. It’s hard to believe in a little over a week, the building we’re looking at on paper should be up in the air… continues…” – Ziggy  

The Field Lab’s New Neighbor

Looks like John Wells is going to have more company out in the desert. Pictured here is her outhouse. I wonder what kind of home Dona Lu plans to build? “My part time SW neighbor Dona Lu came out to work on her place for the weekend.  She pre-built studded walls for an out house building […]

Couple Shares Their Experience About Their Tiny House Life

More tiny houses in the news, this time from Texas. “Evan Coulson and Gabrielle Hodges agree living in a home built on an eight foot by 20 foot trailer is a bit unconventional. “The average home could fit about 20, about 20 of these in it,” Coulson said. Guests invited inside quickly learn a person can live […]

Why Tiny Texas Houses Doesn’t Build Houses on Trailers

The folks at Tiny Texas Houses explain why they don’t build tiny houses on wheels. “…As to people building them and using them to run down the road a lot. Weight, pieces falling off at 60 mph, cross winds, driving into winds affecting true wind pressures and likely lack of consideration in construction will eventually […]