Here’s an opportunity to catch a tiny house project at the very beginning. Mike Troy is getting ready to start building a Tumbleweed Fencl. Follow Mike’s progress on his YouTube channel and blog, skrewconventional.blogspot.com.
“In 2 to 3 weeks I’ll be placing my order for material to build my Fencl by Tumbleweed Tiny House Company. I’ve had the plans for a couple years now but last year I upped the focus level to make this a reality. The trailer arrived in late December and is patiently waiting for construction to begin.”
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A little while back I stumbled across a fellow building a Tumbleweed Fencl in Flint, Michigan. Gungadin has been making steady progress on his tiny house and just installed most of his tongue & groove ceiling paneling. Visit the Tumbleweed website for more information about the Fencl. Photo credit Gungadin.
Gungadin’s Tumbleweed Fencl
Jeff and Arlene have completed their tiny house and have pulled it up from California to Seattle. After a safe trip the house is now sitting in its new space in Ballard, the neighborhood in Seattle where they have settled. The house design is a Tumbleweed Fencl and you can see construction photos on their blog.
Mini-Mobile Cottage: Made It