What are your thoughts on this rustic tiny house?
Sigh. Wouldn’t it be nice to have the skills to be able to craft a tiny house this beautiful?
Dave Herrle of Westbrook, Connecticut has those skills and he built this wonderful tiny home in 6 weeks and for 4000$.
His motivation for living a life of simplicity came during a through hike of the Appalachian Trail.
“For the longest time I had a hard time not being “normal.” I graduated from a small liberal arts college, got a desk job, and hated every minute of it. In 2007 my life changed dramatically after hiking the entirity of the Appalachian Trail. It was a gut check in life and I’m lucky it happened when I was 27 and not 67. My time in the woods gave me a perspective on the benefits of simplicity. It was in the woods that I promised myself that I wouldn’t spend a lifetime doing a job I didn’t enjoy.” – Dave Herle
Possibly the best part of the story is that Herrle’s fiance was on board with the quest for a more Waldenesque life of simplicity. How lucky can a guy be??
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For a lot of you this is what tiny house living is all about. The simplicity. Having the time to actually enjoy life and your family.
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