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Introduction: Woodworking professional Living in a Tiny House

 
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Hi everyone,

My wife and I living off-grid. One of the aspects we’ve enjoyed the most in our experience of living tiny and minimally for four years has been being off-grid.
Our ritual of manually tracking the sun by turning our panels several times per day has gifted us with an intimate understanding of the seasons and climate. We built an awesome low-budget-friendly tiny house sourcing a ton of repurposed materials
Those interested, can download our Tiny house Plans: https://garryswoodworking.com/tiny-house-plans


 
Popeye has his spinach. I have this tiny ad:
The Wheaton Eco Scale
https://permies.com/t/scale
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