“Wolflahoma Lodge”

One of the things I love most about the Tiny Home craze is seeing other people’s tiny houses and for those of you willing to share stories, photos, etc I will publish them right here on my blog.

This one comes from Kirk Wolf and is appropriately named “Wolflahoma Lodge”. Wolf’s tiny home was featured on the DIY network show called “Building Off the Grid: Ozark Paradise” and will actually air again on August 27th at 12pm CST.

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One of Kirk’s goals scribbled on a piece of paper was to “Buy Land, with a river (and be sustainable) off grid”. The dream (literally born from a dream) began with a sketch of the home and then became a blank canvas of land soon to be transformed into a home.

Kirk used a lot of reused & re-purposed materials that were destined for the landfill and him and some friends did almost all the work themselves.

A home slowly begins to take shape….

A dream slowly begins to become reality…

The home has some pretty cool ideas. Kirk has set up a blower high up in his home to take in air, blow it down underground through 400 feet of tubing and then back up to the home, exiting the tube at a controled temperature.

The finished product is a huge success that Kirk and his friends and family can be proud to say they built with their bare hands and a lot of love & friendship.

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5 thoughts on ““Wolflahoma Lodge””

  1. I’m looking to put solar panel on my trailer out in the country, can you please tell me the name of the panel the wattage of panel and how much they put out.
    The name of the company and phone number who came out to install them would be a great help to me.
    Thank you

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    1. Troy, that will depend totally on where you live and what you are powering. Best suggestion I can give you is to Google Solar Panels in your area and go from there.

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  2. I hope you fixed where the stove pipe goes through the wall. The wood siding was way to close to the single wall pipe. They make a special part just for going though a wall that has wood in it.

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