If the course seems a little expensive to anyone I can say this, within the first half an hour it was easy to see how many pitfalls were out there and with the knowledge gained already the course had already paid for itself and by the end of the weekend it had paid for itself many times over and I now had a long list of mistakes that I definitely wasn’t going to make.
It was so inspiring and energising to be in a room full of enthusiastic people of all ages, backgrounds and with such varied reasons for wanting to go tiny. I went into this feeling pretty confident about building the tiny house but also knowing there was much to learn on the way, I got so much more out of it than I expected and left feeling motivated with so much more confidence and focus on what I had to research and how to go about it. From speaking to fellow workshoppers I was left with the impression that they all felt similar.
I would have said it is worth traveling all the way to Castlemaine to do the workshop but now he’s coming to Byron [and Adelaide] I would say if you are thinking about going tiny it’s a no brainer and a seriously good investment all round.
Oh and that Fred guy…..he’s awesome. A tiny house builder himself, a superb presenter, funny, informative and not very American for an American. Dave Trevitt, Mullumbimby