A Step Toward the Future.

Evan & Gabby are building a beautiful Tumbleweed of their own. We'll be sharing more details from their well-designed blog in the coming days. Until then, read all about the day they took the next step here.

Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — May 27, 2011

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Halley

We asked and we received: Yesterday we posted on Facebook that we were interested in finding a few more folks who are currently building a Tumbleweed. Thanksfully, Halley Evans replied. She and her husband are building a Fencl and, from the look of things on her blog, they are making fine progress. We look forward to seeing more from these fine Tumbleweeders.

UPDATE: Here is a link to her blog: http://halleyrevans.blogspot.com/  The picture is linked as well. Sorry about that!

Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — May 26, 2011

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Visible Progress

We've enjoyed going back to the beginning of Jonathan Bellow's Tumbleweed project. Today, we'll shine the light on the next stage: putting up the walls. You can read about this stage of his project here. All I'll say is that it's great to have a friend like Gord!

Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — May 24, 2011

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Introducing the Walden.

Take a look at the newest member of the Tumbleweed family. We named this handsome creation the Walden. Our designer has taken the open space of the Tarleton, the brightness of the Fencl and added a touch of Epu.

The Walden is the perfect Tumbleweed to do as Henry David Thoreau advised "You only need sit still long enough in some attractive spot in the woods that all its inhabitants may exhibit themselves to you by turns."

Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — May 23, 2011

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2012 Workshop Wishlist

Well, it's almost the halfway point  of 2011 and we are starting to think about where the workshop winds will take us in 2012. So, here's your chance to influence us. Where should we be planning to go in 2012? Often, we base our workshop calendar on demand and interest. Hence, what you recommend may be the deciding factor for us when choosing a city. So, don't just tell us where to have a workshop. Tell us why we should come to your favorite city.

Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — May 19, 2011

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