Well the wildlife like it .





I shot the photo this morning I guess the local wildlife don’t mind the micro homestead so it’s a good footprint.

In the following pictures I took some angles to get some perspective on size and space. All the walls are in place and I temporarily placed a metal roof on it to keep out the weather. 

I will spend some time in and out of the building to get a feel for the space as I layout the rest of the interior. The bath and kitchen need some thought as space and function are a premium. I am also still deciding about the height of the roofline in relation to the loft.

I may drop the floor of the loft down a bit for more head room in it. There are plenty of windows to keep a small space feeling big.

I will do a video walk around of the project as it is to give you a look at the space.

There will be over 1000 cubic feet of space inside the house and about 152 square ft with the loft.

I’m thinking about a wood stove and a propane heater so I can use wood when I want to save money and have propane so I’m not tethered to feeding the stove day and night.

Today I will finnish wrapping the walls in house wrap and cut out the door. If I have time I will start the roof frame. I am thinking of putting on a workshop. The waiting list is half full. If you want on the list just email me at kevin@mobile-clean.com I will let you know about the dates and time and price first before I open it up to everyone else.

This will be valuable hands on building experience with a general contractor carpenter live to guide ou and answer your questions. Lots of tips, tricks and trade secrets on how to get it right.



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0 thoughts on “Well the wildlife like it .”

  1. Our place seemed to attract Turkeys when we were building it too. I’ve not seen as many in recent years thanks to a Bobcat who had quite a fondness for them.

    What pitch will the roof be?

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