Reflection on building a tiny house, on August 5th

It is amazing how much changes in the build affect my mood. I like the days where there is visible drastic changes to the appearance of the tiny house. I love seeing the siding change the house to a home. I love the pine interior making the home feel warm and inviting. It is much harder on days when there is a lot of work done on smaller items, but little visual change. I know the process of finishing the house will take a lot of time and patience on my part as all the loose ends are dealt with.

I also need to thank my family for all their support and help, my “contractor” (aka dad), the “supervisor” and “staining professional” (aka mom), and another “staining professional” (aka Trish). I definitely wouldn’t be this far along on my tiny house build without all their help, support, work, and effort. THANK YOU ALL!

The following pictures show where the house is as of today:

Notice the mini patio added for our family reunion on Aug 4th

Notice the mini patio added for our family reunion on Aug 4th

House as of Aug. 5th

House as of Aug. 5th

Interior coming together.

Interior coming together.

Interior pine as of Aug 5th

Interior pine as of Aug 5th

Spray Foam Insulation Done

Spray Foam Insulation Done

Roof Completed!

Roof Completed!

Many supervisors for roof work

Many supervisors for roof work

Trish the "staining professional"

Trish the “staining professional”

Mom, another "staining professional".

Mom, another “staining professional”.

Scaffolding built for roof work, and my "contractor extraordinaire" (aka dad)

Scaffolding built for roof work, and my “contractor extraordinaire” (aka dad)

Lastly, if you enjoyed these pictures then check out the gallery as I added many new pictures today of the building process up until this point. If anyone has questions feel free to comment and I’ll respond as soon as I can.

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