In this month’s issue of the Tiny House Magazine Laura talks about how travel fits into their lifestyle even though their tiny house is on a foundation. She says: “There are as many ways to approach the lifestyle as there are people within the movement. So, while I have a tiny home on a foundation, I am not rooted to one spot on this planet.”
Bryan and Jen Danger spend most nights on the road in their converted Sprinter van. When they’re back home in Portland, they sleep in their converted garage. They rent out their three bedroom home (attached to the garage), as well as the garage when they’re not in town.
I recently met Max Austin, who lives full time in a small school bus that he converted into a home. He says: “While I know this lifestyle is extreme compared to most, it is the most rewarding experience yet in my life. Somehow I have managed to become a content creator, all the while traveling for an entire year.”
Tiny House Magazine Issue 59 shares this and much more… 96 pages of great content!
- Couple Makes Garage Home + Camper-van
- Why Experiences Are Better Than Things
- Learning To Teach Others
- In Plain Sight
- The Good, The Bad, and The Toilet Paper
- Tiny Living and Travel
- Dan the Adventure Bus
- Seen & Scene
- One To Watch
- and much, much more…