The Toilet That Will Change the World! - Tiny House Blog
by Kristina Von Kroug Republished from http://freerangequest.wordpress.com/ Living full-time on the road and in the woods has put our survive and thrive priorities up front – instead of paying someone else to take care of our needs, the basics take up a good chunk of our time. Shelter, food and water, hygiene, animal care, and the […]
Building an All Wood Construction 40′ DIY Tiny House Boat
This is the construction progression of an all wood 40' DIY tiny house boat sent in by Patricia Hong. It features plywood flooring and treated pine deck beams. Below you can see the 40 ft. long
| Okoume Shanty Boat | Working from a design by Harry Bryan, Annapolis boatbuilder Joe Fernon built this shapely little shanty boat as a year-round liveaboard. He used puzzle-jointed okoume plywood bought from CLC. If you've ever dreamed of owning waterfront home?
Scow trip July 1-2, 2010.
Morning of July 2 here now. We got the scow pulled off the big rock. It was a tricky lift for the crane crew but they got the job done. We drove east and are now at Content Bridge where highway 21 crosses the Red Deer. Here and below the river is very placid without rapids and moves at about walking speed so will be less technically challenging. We will be going to Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park over the next two days. Mosquitoes dreadful here. Nice and sunny and looks like a great…
When you buy a boat from Bryan Boatbuilding you not only get a fine quality boat but you support a tradition of hand tool use and a way of life which we feel leads to a better world. When choosing a boat many people look only at the end result and make a decision based on its colour, details, and promised performance. Choosing a boat involves much more than this. A boat that is used for a simple, quiet afternoon of sailing or paddling is often made largely of petro-chemicals produced by…