While there’s still a fair amount of work to be done after a month in our Tiny House, it’s starting to feel like home. Everything’s moved. Our bedroom is done. Our living room is done. Kitchen needs some fine-tuning. Office is still a room of boxes.
We’ll have some better pictures once everything is finished, but with our one-month Tiny House anniversary occurring yesterday, I’d thought I’d post a little sneak peek of our new home.
For some time now, I have wanted to own a really nice axe. I’m not sure exactly what I’d do with it aside from look at it, but there’s something really great about having a nice axe hanging on my future workshop wall.
Best Made Company makes some of the finest axes around, so here are a few of my favorite axes and axe accessories I will one day own.
I recently posted about my “dream workshop,” and while the dream one is still a ways off, I did put together a little functional work space in my basement. As the weather got considerably colder this past week, working outside wasn’t going to cut it anymore.
I built the saw horses awhile back for a camera dolly I put together, still have my Dad’s scroll saw on a longer-than-originally-intended loan, and recently picked up a jigsaw, a sheet of plywood for the table top, and a couple clamps. The hooks were already in the ceiling, which was a pleasant surprise when I went to set everything up.