- Exorcise giant dust bunnies
- Remove wood scraps from bath house
- Put away straggling tools
- Ditto, tiny piles of miscellaneous screws
- Revisit the bobbing septic-tank-to-be
- Research low-voltage heaters to supplement propane heat (yeah, last week was a bit chilly)
I cannot begin to cover all that transpired in last weekend's workshop. Let me just say that presenter, Dee Williams, was aMAZing! If you ever have the opportunity to hear this woman speak, I highly recommend it. She kept over 126 people engaged for the better part of two, 9-to-5, seated days with basic tool primers, structural demos, systems demystification, resourcing, sustainable perspective, master story-weaving, irreverent humor and a heart bigger than her 84-square-foot house-on-wheels--a gross understatement (check out Dee's other biz, PAD Tiny Houses).
Also appearing on stage, interspersed throughout the weekend were Brittany Yunker and her Bayside Bungalow from Olympia, fellow Whidbey-ite, Ross Chapin, of Pocket Neighborhood fame, and even I was invited to talk about my wee house project in front of the group (see 12/23/2012 blog post, We've Traversed.Afar' for the slideshow). Thanks to Steve Weissmann and Paul Farr of Tumbleweed Tiny House Co. for the surprise invitation. It was, truly, an honor.
See you next week!