It was interesting reading about folks that were living in small houses of under 1000 square feet. Some liked their very small houses of 300 square feet and another used a tiny house of 200 square feet but it did not have a bathroom. The prices were being quoted from $50k to $90k. These folks need to look at the trailers in the rv world. My $19k trailer has 155 square feet which includes a full size bed, sofa, 4 person dinette, double kitchen sink, three burner stove top, micro wave oven, standard oven, refrigerator, freezer, bath tub, lavatory, toilet, and a hanging closet four and a half feet long. There is storage all over the place in greater quantity than I need. The central air conditioning and central heating is ducted to the rooms. There is solar power to run everything but the microwave and A/C. The articles kept making me wonder what is so great about living in a tiny house without all the normal things that makes living good. Obviously the marketing liars are doing a good sales job.
Best of all if the scenery or neighbors gets tiresome, just hitch up and move. Speaking of moving, it is getting close. Anytime after about 10 am Friday morning, the Castle can roll. The mail usually gets here a bit before 10am, then wheels could roll. Hitchitch is a wonderful feeling.
There was one good chore done this morning. My sand wedge had been shortened and today received a new grip. This was done between moving sprinklers. Here it is ready for gripping.
And here it is after gripping while the solvent is evaporating. It will be ready for play in the morning.
Later in the evening a few walking laps around the park was taken to enjoy the nice weather of the evening. A worthy finish to a day of trying to have tooooo much fun. TheOFM