#NatureForAll Summit at National Geographic

April 20th, 2017|

While in Washington D.C. for the #MarchForScience, we were able to attend the #NatureForAll summit. This was a meeting of organizations from all over the globe with one mission, to get more people into nature. The idea is that the more people who fall in love with nature, the more people will take positive actions to protect it. [...]

Athens Tech & University of Georgia Open House

April 17th, 2017|

It all started with a request on our website... Pete McGill is a professor at Athens Technical College, and at first, I had to let him down and say no. Our initial plan was to head from Florida straight west to Texas, but when we sent out a call to fans and [...]

Allergies and an Open House at the North Georgia Zoo

April 13th, 2017|

We had a great time recently at the North Georgia Zoo! About a half hour north of Atlanta, set in the hills, is the North Georgia Zoo. Here we set up shop for the weekend and spent time with the awesome owners, Tom and Hope, as well as the fantastic staff who care for the animals day [...]

Framing a Wood Duck in Indian Springs State Park

April 12th, 2017|

Just a place to park. That’s all we needed. But, this time we got lucky and found a gem. Indian Springs State Park is nestled in the hills south of Atlanta, and it’s arguably America’s first state park. Long before the common names Niagara, Yosemite, and Yellowstone: There was Indian Springs. It was purchased from the Creek Tribe of Native [...]

Tour Stops at University of Florida and Gainesville’s Depot Park

April 10th, 2017|

We have officially left the State of Florida. The Creative Animal Tour is now in Georgia, however, our last day in Florida was one of our best as we were hosted by the one and only University of Florida. The Gators were wonderful hosts and were very excited to have us on campus for the day. We [...]

Green Lion Festival – Jacksonville, Florida

April 6th, 2017|

A quick update from the road! We are checking in, currently in between Jacksonville and Gainesville, Florida. The Indiegogo Campaign is off to a great start! Thank you everyone who has liked, shared, donated, and contributed in any way! First of all, a huge thanks to Christie Tyler in Wahoo, Nebraska for securing the Bullock's Oriole painting! It's one of Tim's [...]

We’ve Officially Launched! Indiegogo Here We Come!!!

April 4th, 2017|

America: We have officially launched! The Creative Animal Foundation Indiegogo Campaign is now live and pushed out to the world. Find it at https://igg.me/at/creativeanimaltour Or watch the video here: https://youtu.be/ZDcWna_BLCc   It has been months, or more-so years, in the making.. But Stephanie pushed the button and said, "Let's do this!" It was a great feeling for all of [...]

Our Tiny House Electric Footprint

March 23rd, 2017|

Ever wonder how much electricity you use? Nah, most people don’t. Tim and Steph had the opportunity to plug their Tiny Home into a brand new power meter and find out exactly how much electricity they use in a week. Living in a tiny house generally means that you use less resources, but little things added up for the Creative [...]

BIG Announcements: Live Broadcast from the Tiny House #1

March 18th, 2017|

Tim and Steph have some big things to announce, and no tweet, blog, or snap would do. A LIVE broadcast was the only way to tell the world all the new happenings on the Creative Animal Tour. First, a good recap of the tour so far was in order. Our tour stops so far have included museums, businesses, schools, universities, [...]

Sustainability Spotlight: Willis Smith Construction

March 16th, 2017|

Working sustainably isn’t just good for the planet, it’s good for business. That lesson was re-iterated for us on our third stop of the Creative Animal Tour in Sarasota, Florida at Willis Smith Construction. This open house location threw some people for a loop at first, however, our goal is to shine a spotlight on people, places, and organizations [...]

Cookin’ Big (and Sustainably) in a Tiny House Kitchen

March 7th, 2017|

Thinking about moving into a Tiny House? Concerned that you won’t be able to cook like you would in a normal house? You’re not alone. In all the tours we’ve given so far in our THOW, one of the most common reasons people say that they couldn’t live in the house is the tiny kitchen.   For us, the kitchen [...]

Making Bubbles On Looe Key

February 23rd, 2017|

After a month of staying in the Florida Keys, Steph got a call from a few dive buddies: Tori, Joe, and Electra. They all worked with a dive boat called Reef Encounter on the Great Barrier Reef back in 2012. They hadn’t seen each other in ages so they decided to make some bubbles in one of the nicest spots [...]

The Creative Animal Tiny House Tour

February 14th, 2017|

Who doesn't love to look inside someone's tiny home and see where they put their dirty clothes or how deep their kitchen sink is or how they handle their compost? That's what this video is all about. Hosted by Andrew Odom of Tiny r(E)volution, this insight starts with the trailer and location of building materials and ends in the spacious [...]

Official Tour Launch Party at The History of Diving Museum

February 11th, 2017|

It's official, we have launched! This last week we had out official launch party in conjunction with the world premiere of our Tiny House, Big Living episode on the DIY Network. We couldn't be happier with our opportunity to hold the event at the History of Diving Museum in Islamorada, Florida. Before the big party, Stephanie and Tim had a [...]

How Much Does Your Tiny House Weigh?

January 24th, 2017|

"How much does our house weigh?" The question has loomed large since we were parked in North Carolina a couple of months ago. When we took off at the beginning of December we were determined to find out the answer. Easy peasy, right? Go to a weigh station, weigh in, get our weight. WRONG! Our weigh station iPhone App proved [...]

Saving A Pelican In The Florida Keys

January 17th, 2017|

There is a lot of controversy these days surrounding the safety of animals, protecting animals, saving animals, and the like. It is easy to dismiss a lot of it though as media hype or public hysteria. It isn't so easy to ignore when an animal in need of rescue land just outside your window. Such was the case this past [...]

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