TINY HOUSE

Some people would feel cramped in a small house but after 30 years living in a large home in Hot Springs, I was more than ready to move to the country and build a home small enough that didn’t take an entire day to do my house cleaning. I wanted acreage and a garden spot. My tiny house was built in 2007. It originally was 420 square feet with barn style roof on concrete block foundation. In 2013 we added a 14×15 bedroom which gave us an additional 210 square feet. Last year Darrell built a beautiful deck attached to our bedroom. I love our TINY HOUSE. The upkeep is minimal which gives me more time for things I enjoy doing.  Our Newest Addition

In the meantime we’re giving our house a facelift with a new coat of paint. Photo shoot after we’ve finished.

Well we’re not quite finished with painting but I couldn’t wait to show you how we are coming along. First with a formal introduction without going overboard with the entire process which I sometimes am prone to do.

Road to Dunn House

This photo was taken last fall. We did have pretty colors in our neck of the woods.

Dunn HouseSay hello to Dunn House our tiny home. This was the color of our house. We didn’t get too far from our original colors, but we did change the trim. After we had gutters installed we decided the color of the gutters really complimented the color of the house so we chose to go with that color for the trim.

IMG_0642This is the back of the house after Darrell finished building the deck.

Below is after first coat of new paint.

IMG_1635Going to bed but more to come……

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Author: Cedar Creek Adventures

I began my study of plants as a child from my Grandmother, Rosa Leatherman and have continued the study of native plants. I have attended classes at Tom Brown Jr. Tracker School, Earth Walk Northwest by Karen Sherwood and the Herbal Healer Academy by Dr. Marijah McCain. I am a member of the Arkansas Native Plant Society and served as Secretary for 4 years. I have been co-owner of Cedar Creek Nature Studies and taught many classes on wild edible and medicinal plants. I make my own soaps and lotions share would love to share my knowledge with you.

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