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Dee Williams' little house will be featured in the 2010 South Sound Green Tour. (Photo from Northwest EcoBuilding Guild)
Dee Williams' little house will be featured in the 2010 South Sound Green Tour. (Photo from Northwest EcoBuilding Guild)

After taking the plunge into downsizing a big life into a little house, I love to read about anyone who has gone really small. It takes a lot of determination to resist the temptation to start living large again.

Dee Williams, an Olympia, Washington woman, will have her little ( and by that I mean tiny) house  featured in the upcoming South Sound Green Tour sponsored by the South Puget Sound Chapter of the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild.  The house was built incorporating many found or recycled objects and components.

 

I found it courtesy of the Tiny House Blog. The blog says the wee house is inspired by Tumbleweed designs. You can read more about Dee William's little house here.




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Cheryl-Anne Millsap's Home Planet column appears each week in the Wednesday "Pinch" supplement. Cheryl-Anne is a regular contributor to Spokane Public Radio and her essays can be heard on Public Radio stations across the country.







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