what happened to the bumbleshack crew?!?!?!

We’re baaaack!! Did you miss us?!?! πŸ™‚

I know, I know…we moved into our tiny house and then disappeared! It’s been a crazy few months setting up the house, getting used to living in Asheville…and the girls and I have been traveling back and forth to Florida too. Oh, and then there was the issue of not having internet for the first couple of months! Excuses, excuses. It won’t happen again, I promise!

So we moved the tiny house, hubby and the two cats up to Asheville the week before Halloween, which you know about if you follow our Facebook page, and Adelaide, Hazel, Hank and I followed later…and it’s been an adventure ever since! Instead of telling you everything that has happened since we moved in, I thought I would give you a little photo montage with captions instead. I will write more detailed posts later about leveling the house, our grey water disposal, freezing pipes, cooking in a tiny house and organizing the house so we don’t go crazy in the small space. Here goes! (click the photos to enlarge and then scroll through)

So there you have it! Stay tuned for a video tour of the house and our setup soon. It’s a work in progress! πŸ™‚

10 thoughts on “what happened to the bumbleshack crew?!?!?!

  1. I for one have missed you and was wondering how you were doing. LOVE the pictures! And because I’m like you, I love the stick bug too! ha ha I enjoyed going through the gorgeous pictures. Do you have any of the trees after you decorated with pine cones for Christmas? I bet they were so pretty. Thank you so much for giving us a peek into your very large tiny world. Best wishes!

  2. Wow, that’s great! I’m so happy for you guys. How in the world do you manage to feed four in that tiny fridge? I’m struggling because we end up with a lot of leftovers, so we eat through the week or I freeze it for lunches later.
    There is only two. well, three of us. But we are working toward living a more tiny life to simplify. The fridge is one of our biggest struggles. Plus not having privacy to ourselves.
    Thoughts? Experience? I love your land, it’s beautiful and amazing! I’m very happy for you guys!

    • Hi, Audrey! We actually have 2 fridges, and it STILL isn’t enough room! When we move to our new property, I think we might get a bigger fridge and put it in the shed…and maybe a chest freezer too. Once I start gardening and canning, we will definitely need more room for food! Thank you for the well wishes!!

  3. Hi! I just found your FB page and blog through TN Tiny Houses. I live in TN near them and have very interested in this way of life. I have a family of 3 so the loft setup has been a lingering concern of mine, since my husband too is tall. He’s 6’2″, so I’m not sure how loft sleeping works. I don’t see any photos of your sleeping loft that you share with your husband, but saw an early photo stating that you guys wouldn’t be sleeping up there. So….where do you both sleep??? Thanks for sharing the details of the Bumbleshack!

    • Howdy! We actually sleep on the first floor, our youngest is in the loft, and our oldest is in her own tiny cabin next door. Our couch pops up into a bed πŸ™‚

  4. I love your blog and all the photos! I found your blog through the picture of your TH shower on pinterest and absolutely fell in LOVE with it. I am trying to design my own TH and I am having the hardest time designing the shower. Do you know what materials are used in your shower? I am especially curious about the shower floor.
    Any help is greatly appreciated!

    • Thank you so much, Alana! Our shower walls are made of cedar shingles painted with marine grade paint, and the floor is made of Trex-like boards that are screwed down over a shower pan. The only weird thing is that you have to unscrew the boards to clean the shower drain, but we have only had to do that once in a year and a half of living in it. Good luck to you on designing your shower!

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