Inspiring Individuality for
No longer For sale,
but can be copied for $4000-$6000
single bed converts
to table or desk
all cedar, only 6'
Chicken Coop SOLD
suitable for up to
8 laying boxes
I've started my Steampunk caravan! I'm making it 'just because'
but if it interests you, get in touch!
Here's the latest! The
herring bone pattern takes longer to do, but looks terrific!
This one at the Sterling
Small plywood version of the
cedar reading room but less than half the price
Ledge Wagon for Pennsic
The tongue and groove pine siding
was cut for us locally. The doors were made in the same shop.
with built-in crib for NERO Canada
x 6' straight sided
full time living space
heading out to get insulated before
we build the interior
Welbeck Sawmill Wood Expo, Aug 5-6, 2016
fully-insulated chicken coop,
on a simple 4'x5'
trailer. `The girls` are happy in their new home and laying
delicious country eggs in the spacious boxes.
the first, I suddenly found myself building
a second chicken
coop, in a
hurry, to be ready for the Georgian Homesteading and Survival Show.
Building in modular pieces with plywood is certainly faster!
thanks to Skip Izon, of Shadow River Boatworks, for cutting the boards
for the cedar strip ceiling.
The writing desk in front of the bay window converts to a bed.
to working with
so custom windows are now a possibility.
Minnie, from 2012, at a
pumpkin festival in October 2015
FABULOUS look!!! Nancy's horse drawn caravan!
decoration is Value Village and personal nostalgia, and the effect is
stunning! She says
it's finished, but.....
you build your
caravan yourself or I help you, my goal is to foster your creativity and
bring your dream to life.
In March 2013 I
drove to Wisconsin to visit Circus World Museum.
Imagine being surrounded
by these awesome circus wagons!
you, here's a link to a Yahoo group dedicated to caravan building:
Other Recent Caravans
BEARAVAN, a playhouse for two small boys
8' Ledge, now at NERO Canada
11' Ledge, also at NERO Canada
how far we got in 5 days.
11' Cedar Ledge
Pam's caravan, a
out on Pam's blog:
(519) 986-3157 or