So… I have some good news, and some bad. Which do you want first? The bad? Hmmm, okay. I took a total of 3 pictures at the Georgia Tiny House Festival. I know, I know. Bad Fefe. I focused on capturing videos more so than pictures.
Well, I’ll start off by saying it was an amazing event that John and Fin Kernohan put together. Tucked away in Eatonton, GA at the Crooked Pines Farm, it was nothing less than jam packed. Speakers, yoga, performances, composting toilets and tiny houses. Hello! What more could a girl going tiny ask for? A free tiny house perhaps, but I won’t push my luck.
I was only able to attend on Sunday, though I would have loved to have gone on Saturday (had a massive pare down yard sale) as well. I actually volunteered to help out via Tiny House Atlanta on Meet Up. I arrived early so I could check everything out before I began hustlin’ t-shirts. I am so happy that I did show up early!
A few of the builders that were there were Free Range Tiny Homes, Hummingbird Homes, Kokoon and Trekker Trailers. They all brought their A game… Unfortunately, your horrible hostess only managed to get 1 picture of their builds. Random, my birthday is March 31. I will appreciate any amount to Amazon so I can buy a nice, new, nifty camera. You’ll appreciate it. Okay, back to the festival.
I didn’t get too into any presentations, as I was limited for time. I did however, receive a demonstration by Nature’s Head. I am terrified of composting toilets but Jay made it seem so, simple. I may go that route come time. Who knows?I also met the lovely Jewel Pearson from Ms. Gypsy Soul. I knew I loved her the first time I saw her house air on Big House, Tiny Living. I missed her presentation on Saturday but she did go on stage and answer some questions with a few other tiny housers.
The event was so successful that John & Fin already booked a venue for the 2017 festival! It will be Friday – Sunday, March 3-5, 2017 at Ooh La La Lavender Farms in Eatonton, GA. Hopefully I’ll be there showing off my humble abode. If not, I’ll definitely be there as a vendor.