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It’s Officially Winter; I Need a Ski Closet

When is the first official day of winter?  The calendar says December 21, but anyone in Vermont knows that’s quite arbitrary.  You may define it as the first good snow fall, the first time you have to shovel your driveway, or the first sub-zero night.  Those landmarks have all come and gone this year, so … Continue reading

T.G.F. Housesitting

T.G.F. Housesitting

Thank Goodness For Housesitting! After a typical Vermont winter in our teensy tiny home, Jamie and I have been feeling a little claustrophobic. I think it’s inevitable when two adults share such a tiny space that feelings of spring fever ensue toward the end of a very long winter. We spent about a month from … Continue reading

Closed for Business

Closed for Business

Fact #1: We hang a curtain inside the front door of the Tiny House. I suppose you could call it a privacy curtain as it hangs down to block the window in the front door when we are changing clothes, etc, but it also serves as a nice signal for Jamie’s parents. Jamie’s mom, Sarah, says … Continue reading