Tiny House Podcast: an irreverent look at the hottest housing movement in the world
#172 The End? Or a Hiatus? Tiny House Podcast Season Finale
#172 The End? Or a Hiatus? Tiny House Podcast Season Finale by Bigfoot Podcast Network
#171 Doing Well Doing Good For Veterans with Gabrielle Rapport
#171 Doing Well Doing Good For Veterans with Gabrielle Rapport by Bigfoot Podcast Network
#170 Talking The Tiny House Evolution with Jewel Pearson
#170 Talking The Tiny House Evolution with Jewel Pearson by Bigfoot Podcast Network
#169 Learning Something New With Cosme Hernandez
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 O'Neil
#168 Tiny Houses As A Side Hustle With Sean O'Neil by Bigfoot Podcast Network
#167 Another Tiny House Builder? With Jason Johbeck
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.
A very valuable podcast
I've listened to 20 episodes within the first week of discovering this podcast. The information is very valuable. The production quality varies, but podcasting is lots of work with little or no compensation, so let us not forget the value here, which is terrific. Thank you for making an important, invaluable contribution.
Love this podcast!!! Been thinkin of going tiny since 2006! (A long time!) After listening to almost every episode I’m thinking of building a tiny A frame house instead. Still on the fence... thank you guys for laying it all out there! Hope you come back soon!!!
Andy’s Podcaster Podcasting Podcast review
Nooooooooo! Don’t stop! Hopefully just an interlude? Great show. Thanks. Full review of the show is on Episode 3 of andyspodcasterpodcastingpodcast.
Spoiler - you get 5 stars, a police siren duck, a triple threat sandwich from the carnitas shack & all the marbles.