Georgian Homesteading and Survival Show, Aug 2-3, 2015
new chicken coop and the tiny new cedar ledge wagon
loved the smell of the cedar!
project this year is complete: a 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.
suddenly found myself building a second chicken coop, in a hurry, to be ready for the
Georgian Homesteading and Survival Show on Aug 2 and 3 (look it up on Facebook). Building
in modular pieces with plywood is certainly faster!
thanks to my brother Rob who made these beautiful doors, so I didn't
have to go to the Homesteading show with a blank doorway.
And many thanks
also to Skip Izon, of Shadow
River Boatworks, for cutting the boards for the cedar strip ceiling.
The roof is now covered in tin and the bay window filled with
The writing desk in front of the bay
window converts to a bed.
project is a
caravan. I've got a GREAT local scrap
yard to forage in! Found two great carriage
lamps for it at a yard sale!
to working with stained glass, so custom windows are now a possibility.
Nancy's fabulous horsedrawn caravan!
decoration is Value Village and personal nostalgia, and the effect is
stunning! She says
it's finished, but.....
Want to build
your own caravan?
information about workshops
you build your caravan yourself or I help you, my goal is to foster
your creativity and bring your dream to life.
Gypsy Camp at
of all our
For Pictures of Other Homemade Caravans
Links to related sites, click here
about caravan uses, click here
possibilities, click here
drove to Wisconsin to visit Circus World Museum.
being surrounded by these awesome circus wagons!
you, here's a link to a Yahoo group dedicated to caravan building:
The BEARAVAN, a
playhouse for two small boys
8' Ledge, headed
for NERO Canada
11' Ledge, also at
seen the finished caravan!
11' Cedar Ledge
Pam's new caravan,
a 12' ledge
a rebuild of a
1970s Scotty Highlander, with a gypsy flair.
Minnie, a tiny
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