Tiny House in your backyard? Help a friend in need!

Hello again!

It’s evening and I just spent a while going through all of the tiny house blog posts around the internet that I had missed in my tiny hiatus. I think I’m hungry for something new. Something really game changing. Anyone got any links to cool things they’ve seen lately? Be picky, I want to be inspired.

I got my wisdom teeth out last week and holy shit is that an awful experience. I still can’t eat food and my mouth still hurts like a bitch! How long does it take to recover usually? I’m on day 7 and am quite done with all this wisdom teeth nonsense. Now that I’ve had it done I’m pretty sure it’s all a hoax and a scam – your body definitely wants to keep those little guys INSIDE! I haven’t been able to move or read for a week. Ugh. Like I said when I first woke up from anesthesia, “What a bullshit!” (I have this moment – along with many other funny ones from after the procedure – on tape).

Anyway enough about me! I have some important news to share with you all on behalf of my friend Dave.

Dave and I met at Deek’s summer fun time Tiny House Summer Camp 2 years ago. Then he moved to Worcester (where I live) to build his tiny house! Then he stayed. Then he moved out of the city. For the past few months, he’s been living in a little backyard, but it’s time for a big change!

Dave lives in a nice tiny house that he built himself (I’ve seen it, it’s wonderful). He is looking for a new place to live in his tiny house. Are you interested? Would you like a nice person living in a neat little house to live in your backyard or on your land?

I can vouch for Dave being good company and totally not a nuisance. He is ideally looking to park his tiny house in New England somewhere, preferably Massachusetts, but he seems pretty flexible.

Please enjoy the two lovely photos of his house below. If you or someone you know are interested in having a tiny home on your property somehow, please get in touch with him!
You can also contact me and I’ll put you in touch, but probably emailing him is easiest.
Here’s his email address:
dave@st.germa.in

 

Cute porch! Even cuter house!

Cute porch! Even cuter house!

Off grid! Solar panels! "Bling bling".

Off grid! Solar panels! “Bling bling”.

Okay, one last thing. I learned how to set up coupon codes in my store just for you guys 🙂 As I mentioned in my last post, I am raising money to complete the COMET by selling items in my Etsy shop Planet Queen Vintage. Every dollar you spend goes to the COMET, helping me to buy some final things like exterior paint, some photovoltaic components, and a few other things. Of course, you can always donate to the COMET over at the Donate page, but why not get something awesome and vintage in return to remind you of your incredible contribution? So, for you guys my amazing and supportive readers, you all get 15% off any purchase using the coupon code COMETCAMPER at checkout. Go use that coupon code! Do it! Thank you all you are amazing. Don’t forget, it’s COMETCAMPER  at checkout!
So if you find this blog entertaining, useful, helpful, or just kinda weird please consider getting something really cool from www.planetqueenvintage.etsy.com. Thank you! I am sincerely grateful for all of you readers and you all inspire me and make me happy.

Thanks for reading and please get in touch with Dave at dave@st.germa.in if you can help him find a place to live! Thank you!

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4 thoughts on “Tiny House in your backyard? Help a friend in need!

  1. Tom says:

    well what I have been up to is building a Vardo camper and looking to build more. I find this tiny house movement very interesting. I feel compelled to be part of it. Making it part of my woodworking business. You can see my Vardo in my Etsy store. https://www.etsy.com/shop/pinecountry

    My wife and I only live a few hours from Worcester Mass, just barely over the NY border. We have a lot of land but not really sure there is a good parking spot for a tiny home at the moment. Our plans are to build one or 2 mobile tiny homes on the property in the future.

    I had a custom built Vardo camper ready to start on when the Govt shut down. My potential client was going to live in it year round as she works for a National park. Well you guessed it, she got furllowed and could not give up the cash to have it built. This was going to be tiny living at it’s finest. 8.5 foot long x 6.5 foot wide tiny Vardo with a propane furnace, solar lighting and super insulated.

    Good luck with your Comet. I patiently waited all summer for you to update 😉

  2. nuge67 says:

    well what I have been up to is building a Vardo camper and looking to build more. I find this tiny house movement very interesting. I feel compelled to be part of it. Making it part of my woodworking business. You can see my Vardo in my Etsy store. https://www.etsy.com/shop/pinecountry

    My wife and I only live a few hours from Worcester Mass, just barely over the NY border. We have a lot of land but not really sure there is a good parking spot for a tiny home at the moment. Our plans are to build one or 2 mobile tiny homes on the property in the future.

    I had a custom built Vardo camper ready to start on when the Govt shut down. My potential client was going to live in it year round as she works for a National park. Well you guessed it, she got furllowed and could not give up the cash to have it built. This was going to be tiny living at it’s finest. 8.5 foot long x 6.5 foot wide tiny Vardo with a propane furnace, solar lighting and super insulated.

    Good luck with your Comet. I patiently waited all summer for you to update 😉

  3. earthjive says:

    I’d LOVE Dave to live in my backyard in his tiny house, but Australia is possibly a bit too far away for Dave. 😦 It is a beautiful wee house.

  4. nuge67 says:

    sorry about the double post. Didn’t think the 1st one went through. I hope your friend finds a good place to park his home.

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