A touch of the excitement.
View from the deck of the Tigeen* today.
I don't know how many businesses I've been involved in/owned-operated/partnered in but I could offer you a partial list:
Accounting Tax Service/Bookkeeping company
And today, with the phenomenal help of Daughter who cracks that whip (quite lovingly), I launched another. Yes, The Tigeen is finally ready for rent. Well, just about ready.
We cleaned up there. We lit the wood stove. We ran the vacuum cleaner off the solar panel electricity and also the wee fridge and the lights. And she held fast. And the power didn't run out. We hung out the quilts and pillows in the sun. She is gorgeous. She has no environmental footprint. Whatsoever. Rain water from the barrel. Composting toilet.
Loft bed with skylight - you should see the stars at night as you lie on this bed!
It will be of particular interest to writers and artists who crave solitude and beauty as it overlooks the entire bay and is nestled high above the trees. You can look down on eagles and grackles and blue jays flying around.
I absolutely adore this wee place, so compact and peaceful and just extraordinary.
It was a long held dream, this beautiful Tigeen, and I so loved designing every small component of it. It's like she lived in me for a very long time and finally was born.
Now I'll see if others appreciate it the way I do.
*little house in Irish.