Yes, it is true, he is on his way to the land where snow doth fall, already I think.
Here is a small ensemble of pictures to show how the loading process went this time with the right sized trailer. We followed up the first flight with a second one with Helen’s Heaven. While a windy day, and certainly colder than it started, we were able to get the who process completed. Yea.
The Arched Brownie is off and running at 65 mph to Ohio. I pray it makes it there without issue.
This is one of the fine Tiny Texas Houses known as the Gingered Swan, only 80 sq. ft. it has a bedroom, living area, kitchenette, and a great porch.
We have to pick out this other one, the Arched Brownie and replace it so here is how we do it.
Say bye bye to the Arched Brownie.
Once more the crane comes to pick him up and set him on a trailer to take him away.
A big 65 ton crane no less.
First we wrap the cables under, padding them and in this case, lifting him up without a hitch. I will post a video of the lifts this week if I can fit it in.
And there you go, abra cadabra and it is on the trailer. Next strapping it down, putting on the porch sections, and blessing it before it goes.
We had to cover up Arched Brownie’s eye because he is afraid of high speed driving.
Another view of the house on a low 19″ above the ground trailer.
That’s me running around in circles saying goodbye.
You can see the Gingered Swan looking on as her boyfriend prepares for the road. She is not a happy camper but there is company a coming to ease her loneliness.