Our Journey to Tiny House Living

After living in a yurt for 2 years off the grid, we started thinking about expanding our little homestead, not only adding permaculture and gardening but a Tiny House! Throughout the summer of 2016, we will be “first time home builders,” learning the ropes from friends, trusted people in the industry, and of course: The Internet.

Follow @SeanBusby on Instagram to follow the live action of our life in a Tiny House. Oh, and you should know a few of the rad companies who helped to make this project a reality:

Tiny House Stories

The Busby Hive Off Grid Tiny House Tour

November 1, 2016
After everything we went through building a yurt — especially the discovery that it strengthened our marriage, I thought we would breeze through building a tiny house. The financial stars aligned, we were motivated to tackle the new project during our short summer, and our outlook was rosy. (As Sean will tell you, things through my eyes always seem to have a tint of sunshine and rainbows.) But along the way, the Tiny House project became more than a project… it morphed into an all-consuming force to be reckoned with, replete with deadlines, setbacks, and surprises. Like when our free ranging mountain chickens would swarm our snack table when we...

A Chick named Tiny. Starting a Microfarm with Strawbale Gardening. Building a Tiny Home. (Sensing a trend here?)

May 9, 2016
It all started: January 3rd — the day Sean broke his ankle.   His family had just left town for the New Year holiday, and we headed out to ski/ride. One loud POP and a failed attempt at a hand plant, Sean landed himself in the Urgent Care. The first doc didn’t see anything problematic on the X-ray, and so Sean implemented a lot of rest and relaxation, thinking things would be fine.   Long story short, Sean snowboarded on a broken ankle (even believing it was healing while in Iceland) until he went back into the doc and had it re-X-rayed, and...

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