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Tiny House Podcast: an irreverent look at the hottest housing movement in the world

Episódios

  • #172 The End? Or a Hiatus? Tiny House Podcast Season Finale

    #172 The End? Or a Hiatus? Tiny House Podcast Season Finale

    26/12/2018 Duração: 44min

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  • #171 Doing Well Doing Good For Veterans with Gabrielle Rapport

    #171 Doing Well Doing Good For Veterans with Gabrielle Rapport

    19/12/2018 Duração: 27min

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  • #170 Talking The Tiny House Evolution with Jewel Pearson

    #170 Talking The Tiny House Evolution with Jewel Pearson

    12/12/2018 Duração: 40min

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  • #169 Learning Something New With Cosme Hernandez

    #169 Learning Something New With Cosme Hernandez

    05/12/2018 Duração: 40min

    In over a year we’ve heard some interesting things. But this show takes the cake. We didn’t know the state of Washington is offering tiny house certifications specifically for tiny houses built in Washington. Wow. That’s total news to us. Thankfully, Cosme Hernandez from Tiny House Cribs joined us on our show to edumacate us. Cosme launched his company last year stemming from his personal life living minimally since he was 14. Cosme has done his homework out of necessity. With the massive shakedown of the tiny house builder community, he’s going to need all the understanding he can get. Sounds like he has.

  • #168 Tiny Houses As A Side Hustle With Sean ONeil

    #168 Tiny Houses As A Side Hustle With Sean O'Neil

    28/11/2018 Duração: 43min

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  • #167 Another Tiny House Builder? With Jason Johbeck

    #167 Another Tiny House Builder? With Jason Johbeck

    21/11/2018 Duração: 40min

    Getting a late start to a growing industry (is it still growing?) isn’t always a bad thing. When Jason decided he was not going to take another job after ten years being a stay at home dad, he decided instead to put his carpentry skills to work. As a tiny house builder. His first creation is called Tiny Terrapin. He envisioned the new owner traveling, like a turtle, with its home on its back. The tiny house movement is seeing a strange cycle these days, with events hosting lower turnouts and builders going bust. That doesn’t confront Jason. He believes he offers something unique in his attention to quality, materials and, of course, his creation.

  • #166 At Home On The Farm, The Winery And The Brewery With Joel Holland

    #166 At Home On The Farm, The Winery And The Brewery With Joel Holland

    15/11/2018 Duração: 45min

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  • #165 The Most Fantastic Things Are Things That Just Pop Up With Zach Yeager

    #165 The Most Fantastic Things Are Things That Just Pop Up With Zach Yeager

    07/11/2018 Duração: 48min

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  • #164 Visiting Middle America with Carolynn Campbell

    #164 Visiting Middle America with Carolynn Campbell

    31/10/2018 Duração: 50min

    Carolynn started life as a professional, but now has become a rural activist as a result of her intimate travels spurred at first by school kids. Armed with a charming micro van conversion, and directions from students in Oregon, she headed from Stumptown east to find out about small town America. Unexpectedly, she fell in love with one particular location, Mississippi. So much so that she’s going back. What she discovered changed her mind about “the south.” Now she’s wishing more of her liberal friends could learn what she’s learned. For Americans in the south are pretty much like every other American: they just want to be understood. And respected.

  • #163 Gettin’ Nostalgic with Mike and Shannon

    #163 Gettin’ Nostalgic with Mike and Shannon

    24/10/2018 Duração: 44min

    This show, one of our latest after a long hiatus (hey, that rhymed), started clunky. But then Mike and Shannon started talking about their 10-year love affair with a Polaris 42 –– a speedy rustic, traditional sailboat they intended in sailing the world on...but ended up living in, tied to the dock, for 10 years. AAARRRG. While they didn’t fulfil their long-held dream (which still festers unfulfilled below the surface), they did benefit from wonderful small-space living epiphanies, epiphanies which still hang with them today. They say everyone has fun until someone gets hurt. That’s exactly what happened with Mike, when one day, up atop the boat’s mast, he fell...as far down as the boat is long. We’ll leave the rest of the story for your listening pleasure.

  • #162 Keep It In Mind Means Probably Ain’t Gonna Happen with Roger Fitzsimon

    #162 Keep It In Mind Means Probably Ain’t Gonna Happen with Roger Fitzsimon

    17/10/2018 Duração: 42min

    Portlanders Roger and Martha (his current fiance) love Jeff Golblum. They’re hoping Jeff will some day visit their new, caboose-like tiny house, which Roger got up and running in just six months. Roger himself is from England. How he came to the USA is an interesting story...but so is everything else about Roger. Including his love of Jeff Goldblum. And Star Wars. And Painting. One day walking through the iconic Portland neighborhood, called Alberta, Roger was surprised to see so many tiny houses. That led to one thing, which led to another, then another until suddenly...or not so, Roger had a tiny house in his backyard. Seems to us Roger and Martha love hosting people about as much as they love Jeff. Whether those two loves might meet is anyone’s guess, but sure to be a dream come true. Something to keep in mind.

  • #161 Loaves Fishes and Tiny Houses With Pastor Matt Huff

    #161 Loaves Fishes and Tiny Houses With Pastor Matt Huff

    03/10/2018 Duração: 44min

    Our guest sometimes come by way of inspiration born on the road. This one is a great example. While driving on our local freeways over many weeks, Michelle noticed something strange happening at a large church along the freeway: Zombie RVs were being resurrected….kind of. That’s until the city got involved. The but intent behind Pastor Matt Huff’s effort was so altruistic (not to mention was addressing a major Portland area problem) that the city another non profit and Pastor Huff’s congregation all got on board to leverage tiny houses to house the houseless. Now, Matt’s conceptions aren’t technically tiny houses, they’re actually selter pods, but he, who’s quibbling when you want to talk with a Pastor who’s got some stories to tell?

  • #160 There’s A First Time For Everything With Eric Goranson

    #160 There’s A First Time For Everything With Eric Goranson

    26/09/2018 Duração: 47min

    We’ve never had an on-air personality on the show. Maybe we should do it more often. Eric Goranson, host of the West Coast home radio show called Around The House With Eric G. Michelle was a guest on his radio show recently and so we thought: “Let’s turn the tables.” We didn’t know what was going to come of this interview, but it actually had quite a few nuggets in it about what to look for in a builder when it comes to not getting screwed, another weigh-in on “screws vs. nails” and ikea: is that really good furniture for a tiny house? Join us as we wax poetically and unapologetically about nuthin’.

  • #159 Lucking Out In LA With Steven And Sarahi Mejai

    #159 Lucking Out In LA With Steven And Sarahi Mejai

    19/09/2018 Duração: 51min

    Los Angeles denizens Steven and Sarahi were living the American Dream as an accountant and an entertainment industry professional. There parents were excited for them, their friends were all living the same lifestyle. It was a perfect match of desire and fulfillment. But then, a very close friend lost her life. That changed everything for the couple. It made them realize what was really important; really valuable. So they ditched their typical hectic California professional live-to-work lifestyle so they could spend more time. With each other. With their son. Doing things they loved instead of working, paying for a massive mortgage and giving the best days of their lives to their employers. Then they discovered Tiny Houses. The rest is history.

  • #158 We Lost Our Guest...What Do We Do!?

    #158 We Lost Our Guest...What Do We Do!?

    12/09/2018 Duração: 52min

    We improvise, that’s what we do! With Shandra Morton & her dog Reno & John & Finn & Sarah Stebbins Gracious. What began as a head-scratching problem turned out to be a wonderful opportunity for us at Tiny House Podcast. When our scheduled guest couldn’t make it, we wondered what would happen if we opened the show to pre-recorded live conversations with our podcast listeners. The result? We were pleased. We think you will be too. Join us as we welcome crazy stories from hither and yon with some of our listeners who were gullible GRACIOUS enough to let us make fun of them!

  • #157 Telling Tiny Stories About Tiny Businesses With Sharon Rowe

    #157 Telling Tiny Stories About Tiny Businesses With Sharon Rowe

    06/09/2018 Duração: 50min

    Sharon Rowe is the founder of Eco Bags, a company she created after being frustrated with all the plastic bags in New York. An actor by education, Sharon attributes much of her success to acting, where improvisation, embracing failure and taking risks are they keys to success. Having put her personal touch on her company for well over 20 years, Sharon not only balances her business with her life goals and also her goals for making the planet a better place. Her new book, The Magic of Tiny Business: You Don’t Have to Go Big to Make a Great Living, shares her path and is inspiring people all over how to start their own Tiny Business. A perfect compliment for people wanting to “go tiny”.

  • #157 Telling Tiny Stories About Tiny Businesses With Sharon Rowe

    #157 Telling Tiny Stories About Tiny Businesses With Sharon Rowe

    29/08/2018 Duração: 50min

    Sharon Rowe is the founder of Eco Bags, a company she created after being frustrated with all the plastic bags in New York. An actor by education, Sharon attributes much of her success to acting, where improvisation, embracing failure and taking risks are they keys to success. Having put her personal touch on her company for well over 20 years, Sharon not only balances her business with her life goals and also her goals for making the planet a better place. Her new book, The Magic of Tiny Business: You Don’t Have to Go Big to Make a Great Living, shares her path and is inspiring people all over how to start their own Tiny Business. A perfect compliment for people wanting to “go tiny”.

  • #156 Insuring Tiny Houses With Michael Carmona

    #156 Insuring Tiny Houses With Michael Carmona

    22/08/2018 Duração: 51min

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  • #155 Hydrogen Peroxide Takes the Blood Stains Out With Tiny House Builder Cameron Scott

    #155 Hydrogen Peroxide Takes the Blood Stains Out With Tiny House Builder Cameron Scott

    15/08/2018 Duração: 42min

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  • #154 I Got A Penis And I’m White With Michael Johnson

    #154 I Got A Penis And I’m White With Michael Johnson

    08/08/2018 Duração: 42min

    Holy smokes what an interview. Michael owns 121tinyhomes, a bend-based tiny house company that….well, we were going to write “builds tiny houses” but it seems he and his partner are thinking about other plans with tiny houses. Yes, they do provide customs and shells, workshops and all the other offerings many tiny house builders offer. But Michael comes at the industry with a unique twist. One we seriously appreciate. As for his penis and complexion….well you’re just going to have to listen in.

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