Monthly Archives: January 2012

A Tiny Truck House

For a week earlier this winter every time I caught the bus on Alberta Street I admired the tiny house built on the back of a truck, which was sitting across the street at the transmission shop. I stood there … Continue reading

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Lazy Snow!

What a perfect morning for cocoa and hot cereal! The snowflakes that have sputtered around Portland for the past three days are the northwest kind: lazy, sloppy flakes that fall in big clusters and disperse as soon as they hit … Continue reading

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Between Graphite and Rainbows

It’s been an exciting week of tiny house happenings. I was delighted by the responses I received when I shared my blog over facebook a week ago. Thanks for all your encouragement folks! Last week Eli and I spent a … Continue reading

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Don’t Leave Home Without It!

When my cousin was a toddler and we were preparing to leave the house she would tick off the things she would need on her fingers. “Coat? Hat? Shoes?” she would ask herself and grin and nod for each one. … Continue reading

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A Fresh New Start

Happy New Year everyone! I still can’t quite wrap my mind around harvesting kale for dinner in January. It’s the first winter in 10 years that I’ve lived in a place with mild enough temperatures that we have greens overwintering … Continue reading

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