Our move to Vermont of course is no different.
One of the biggest challenges has just been figuring out how we keep Tiny House Coffee alive.
As I've said in earlier posts the costs of shipping are quite prohibitive for what we do.
I am not interested in doubling the price a customer pays because of shipping.
Haven't gas prices plummeted by they way? Aren't shipping costs and flights supposed to have gone down as well?
What do I know.
These challenges, like most, have turned out to be really great to work through.
And somehow through the process we have come to a better place than where we were when we started.
Tiny House is better than ever.
Becky worked hard this last week at designing and sewing Tiny House Coffee a new bag.
I posted a pic of it the other day, but I have another one here too.
The details of the bag may change -
the placement of the writeup,
the color of the thread,
or the little additions -
but the concept won't.
We are pleased to be making each bag we send out.
We spent quite a bit of time trying to find the right paper.
One that fits both form and function.
But we did it.
The one we chose has a lining in it and it has the right feel.
I can't wait for us to start sending them out.
Our September shipments are heading out this week
and we'll be happy to have these bags in boxes!