click clack gorilla on tiny yellow house tv

Oo la la!  A video that we filmed almost three years ago about my Wagen and renovating it and how I dumpster dived the hell out of the building supply store.  Deek of the blog relaxshacks and the book Humble Homes, Simple Shacks turned that footage (with help from some other excellent folks whose names you will find in the credits) into another lovely segment of Tiny Yellow House TV.  Ever wondered what my voice sounds like after reading so many silent words on a screen?  Well, now you know. Enjoy…

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Monday May 13th 2013, 7:30 am 11 Comments
Filed under: conspiracies,tiny house livin',wagenplatz

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After a couple of years of casually browsing your blog, I’m so glad to finally see and hear you and to get a better feel for the size and layout of your wagon! Thanks for sharing!

Comment by mark e 05.13.13 @ 2:31 pm

I love you! And your tiny house.

Comment by fishinthewater 05.13.13 @ 5:08 pm

mark e: yey. :)

fishie: xxxx

Comment by nikki / click clack gorilla 05.13.13 @ 6:35 pm

Wow! This was wonderful. I’d love to have an update with your new Wagen.

Also, I grew up in Glens Falls, NY (and am now living in the rural Maritimes of Canada)and was amazed to see that you came from so close to my home. :)

Comment by Christi 05.13.13 @ 7:30 pm

I really enjoyed that. Love your house, wish I could get to grips with living in a small house. (I have too much stuff & trying to sell some of it to make more room) I guess I imagined what you sounded like.

Comment by Anne Marie 05.15.13 @ 11:53 pm

Even if it was a you three years ago, it was still fun to see you and your wagon. Now you should do another one with child!

Comment by Foy Update 05.16.13 @ 3:23 am

I loved this!

Comment by jillH 05.16.13 @ 4:49 am

I’ve just found you via Tiny House Blog: we are trying to find a way to live like this, either with a tiny house or Yurt or similar, but we’re having trouble finding other people in Germany, probably because German is my second language so I don’t know what to look for (that said, I’m doing an ausbildung/apprenticeship as a carpenter locally so I can understand german when people talk or write to me). Is there a network of people living differently and how can I fond it, and is there any chance of finding people near Stuttgart?

Comment by Andy in Stuttgart 05.16.13 @ 6:24 pm

Love it! Thanks for sharing. How does your wagon community work? It looks like you’re in an urban area. Would love to find such a place here in the states!

Comment by Esther 05.17.13 @ 12:15 am

I’m no fan of cities, but they *are* full of stuff that people don’t want!
Right, I’m off out to fix the clutch on our Bedford :)
Maybe Rima and I’ll roll over to Germany sometime…

Comment by Tom 05.25.13 @ 3:34 pm

Hey Nicolette, so nice to know your name at last and to get a video tour of your beautiful homemade home and sweet community. It looks amazing. I’ve been living in a yurt community in Spain, it reminded me of your way of life. I too feel the same sense of happiness and contentment after having built my own tiny home (inside a van) with my own hands, and learning all the skills from a process of trial and error. Very very very good work! Katie. XXX

Comment by Katie 06.02.13 @ 7:14 pm

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