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It has been awhile since I updated you all on our DIY woodshed build. We left off just before adding the roof panels last fall... (read more)
One of our favorite winter traditions is picking fresh greens from our garden to go with our New Year's dinner. These simple cold frames make it possible...(read more)
It's crunch time here at the cabin - we're working feverishly to finish the woodshed and then...(read more)
We finally got a break in the weather this past weekend, and we took full advantage of a beautiful, cool and dry day to move the woodshed build forward! We've got a...(read more)
Our shed demo project has moved right along this last month or so. The site is now completely cleared, and ready for the new Tiny Timberframe Studio! In case you missed the first few shots from this previous post, here is the whole sequence of demo images...(read more)
We've got progress to report and some initial plans to share for the woodshed build project! The site has been cleared (with the exception of an old tree stump), and we have an initial building plan sketched out! Here's a quick before and after of the site...(read more)
Happy Summer friends! We took advantage of a stretch of stunning days here over the last couple of weeks to get a whole bunch of things done, including making some big progress on demo-ing/recycling the little shed...
A farewell shot of this rough little shed that sits just a few feet from our cabin.... and some big news!
It's finally gardening season here at the cabin! Here's a great springtime project documented here last spring... Don't have room for a traditional garden? Want to conserve water? Away from home often? Try a sub-irrigated planter! Sub irrigated planters have a water reservoir beneath the soil level that is fed from the top, using a …