The Tiny House Jamboree was AMAZING!!! There were Tiny Houses everywhere! And they were all SO pretty! Look at the wall paneling on this one! I want to do that in my house.
And this sink/counter is made from an natural log coffee table! How cool is that! I never would have thought to do something so creative.
And there were so many vendors there displaying/demonstrating their products. (I may have a couple of potential sponsors!) Behr paint was there, and they are giving away a Tiny House! You can enter the giveaway here. Also a couple of companies that you can hire to tow your Tiny House.
Some of the Tiny House builders were giving away free T-Shirts, or water bottle, magnets, and other cool swag. But the best part was the people! So many 'Tiny' people...
A lot of my favorite Tiny House builders were there and I got to meet a few of them! Everyone was so kind, and they all absolutely LOVED my project! Andrew Odom said that I am way ahead of all of everyone by building my Tiny House in high school. Alexis Stevens offered to help me make my Tiny House legal. Kent Griswold might be interested in doing a magazine article on my Project. Mom and I got to meet Macy Miller and her family. She and her daughter, Hazel, were wearing such cute matching polka-dot dresses! Andrew and Gabriella Morrison were just awesome.
But wait! That's not even the best part! The best thing that happened during the whole Jamboree was meeting Jay Shafer! Guess what! He already has heard of my story and knew who I was! Jay Shafer is one of my followers!!! Total geek out moment!
There were lots of unforgettable moments at the Jamboree. Like when Dee Williams officially passed her Tiny House on to her nephew, Jonathan. (Just a side note, I started to type pad into my search engine, and seeing Pad Tiny Houses show up before Padres Baseball made me so happy. Random thought for the day.) Her on stage speech was very emotional and inspiring.
Here are two more Tiny House pictures.
Anyway, it is time for me to sign off. The Jamboree was so much fun, but now it is time to get serious again. I have lots of sponsors to find before the weather cools off again (the desert is super HOT) and then maybe the build can start sometime in October.
Stay cool everyone!
Miss Molly Smith
P.S. Locals, look forward to another Cookie fundraiser in November!