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EDITOR’S NOTE: This post is an Op-Ed guest post by author Andrew Odom of Tiny r(E)volution and reflects his personal opinion. Please read and respond! I am no stranger to controversy in regards to my writing. I have written about a number of topics that have caused heartache in the tiny house world. But this […]Continue reading
Located in the pocket community-friendly Shoreline neighborhood of Seattle, Carriage Houses NW builds beautiful custom houses for all purposes. Their tiny homes on wheels can be used as vacation homes, Airbnb properties, home offices, art studios, mother-in-law quarters or approved full-time living. Carriage Houses NW have several customizable models to choose from. Each of the models […]Continue reading
Former Parole Officer turned Program Manager Rahul Salazar runs Quixote Village, a unique permanent resident facility for the homeless. What makes the village unique is residents live in 30 tiny houses. Quixote Village grew from the vision of a self-governing community of homeless adults in Olympia, Washington. In addition to the 30 tiny houses, Quixote […]Continue reading