Yes, the book is Turning Tiny by Darin Zaruba who compiled 60 chapters of stories by people in the Tiny House industry. I hope you like the article and perhaps consider buying the book if this interests you. While short on pictures of great tiny houses like my favorite book by Lloyd Kahn, it is still good for those who wish to read about the first people to come into this growing industry and what is important to them. Read the excerpt of my article here.
The next phase has begun and we are taking in down fast as we open it up to the weather and harvest the top before taking out the floor as this one has that masonite staples inserted by a “Mad Stapler operator” whom they should have limited on staple clips.
B-grade floor with tons of work to get it out. Last priority on a job like this, as it is, a huge amount of work but worth it for the most part.
The termite damaged area is substantial but not enough to keep us from netting well off the whole of the house that was not damaged.
That sort of damage does make it a bit scary as you walk upon the boards above with ends often eaten out or compromised below.