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We know that guestbooks on websites are a little old school but we'd love for you to let us know that you were here and how you liked your visit.

Thanks for stopping by at timber&teal.com !

Vielen Dank liebe Freunde und Verwandte, dass ihr vorbeigeschaut habt. Hinterlasst uns doch einen kleinen Gruß. Wir würden uns sehr darüber freuen!

Izzy & Anz

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  1. 頑張ってください!!!!

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  2. Hallo Ihr 2, wir haben, soweit es unsere Englischkenntnisse zulassen, euren Blog begeistert gelesen. Viel Spaß und guten Erfolg beim Planen.Andreas hatte die Idee, bei der Konstruktion an Fachwerkhäuser zu denken, vielleicht erspart es euch eine Menge Bauholz. Viel Glück, Ihr schafft das, wie alles was Ihr euch vornehmt, herzliche Grüße aus Göttingen, Mama und Andreas

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    1. Danke, ihr beiden. Wir sind hier in Perth sehr beschränkt in der Holzauswahl (im Moment suchen wir zum Beispiel vergebens nach Dachlatten...) aber wir behalten den Tipp auf jeden Fall im Hinterkopf! Liebste Grüße zurück nach Göttingen.

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  3. Hey Ihr lieben Rollhausbauer! Was für ein wundervolles Projekt, was für ein schönes Gefühl Euch zusammen und glücklich zu wissen! Es ist immer schwer Versprechen einzuhalten, die über den kompletten Globus gehen, aber wenn wir mal wieder down under sind (und das wird sicher bald sein), dann sehen wir zu, dass wir Euch mal einen Besuch abstatten!
    Fühlt Euch gedrückt, genauso wie die Daumen, die wir für Euer Projekt drücken! Allerliebste Grüße aus dem schon herbstlich kalten Hamburg, Sebbuh

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    1. Danke Sebbuh, ihr seid jederzeit herzlichst willkommen :)

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  4. Hey you two! Enjoying reading your plans! When you've built it all, if you need someone to come in and rip everything out in an overenthusiastic haphazard way, then I'm your man! Take care and good luck to you both. Joe Varty xxx

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    1. Haha, totally forgot about how the caravan renovation all started, fun times! We all need more Joe Varty in our lives...

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  5. Awesome project guys, stumbled on this via gumtree. Keep up the great work! Can't wait to see the finished product!

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  6. Hi Guys
    I am in Mundaring and found your add on Gumtree too looks great and cant wait to see the updates keep us posted, would love to come down and have a look one day.

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  7. Hoping the project is still on track. Though in South Oz I found your blog via a European tiny house course ad and am now hooked. Will there be a 'next' instalment soon? All the best. Kate

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    1. Still on track, just with all the work on the house it got a bit hard to maintain the blog like we wanted to. There are more recent pictures on www.facebook.com/timberandteal

      Thanks for following our progress !

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  8. Hi guys, just came across your blog via a link on the CAT website (we're pondering to do their course on tiny house building, I suppose you are not familiar with that course, given that you are building on another continent?). We're pretty determined about starting our own project asap and the pics and descriptions here are all very instructive, so thanks for that! We'd love to hear more about your progress, so next step checking out your facebook page, but looking forward to updates here, too! Good luck with the building :) Cheers, Thomas & Vera

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    1. Hi Thomas & Vera - good to hear from you! Yes, I studied at CAT (Sustainability and Adaptation) but did the whole course via correspondence from OZ. I've only heard good things about the onsite short courses CAT offer and their tiny house course sounds fantastic.
      We have fallen behind with uploading blog posts that are as descriptive as we'd like them to be, so keep your eyes peeled :) In the meantime don't hesitate to contact us directly if you have any specific questions and we can see if we can help in any way. Where are you thinking of building? Would love to hear more about your project!

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  9. Btw, I gather from the comments above that you also speak German. We've been thinking about creating an open source English-German dictionary for tiny house building, given that tiny houses are still in their infant shoes in German-speaking places and not everyone can follow in English easily - especially with all the construction vocabulary it is hard to walk into a hardware store abroad and ask for something ;)... Maybe you'd have some input for things were you happen to know the German words already? Viele Grüße, Vera

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