We are incredibly fortunate, if a little sheepish with even a spattering of guilt that we've had the chance to be a part of building our own home. It was never something we planned to do, and I doubt very much that we’ll get the chance to do it again. The big hut is finished, and we remain only with finishing touches (curtains, pictures on the wall, etc.). Its a round hut, so orientating yourself shouldn't be too hard!
We’re delighted that our friends from near our old house are still keen to hang out with us.
To see how Nick and Tessa's new home was built, click here.
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