The Halloween Issue – Click here to purhase
On the California Coast north of San Francisco sits a ghost ship visible near Point Reyes National Seashore and Inverness. Named the Point of Kings in 1603 by Spanish explorers, the Point Reyes area extends out into the Pacific Ocean for miles. If that weren’t enough, the Point is also one of the windiest and foggiest locations on the entire coast. Perhaps it was the weather that claimed the S.S. Point Reyes or perhaps just poor navigation. I hope you enjoy the ghost ship cover.
Just in time for Halloween, Kim Karl writes about her family’s fear of newfound freedom and moving into a tiny house, and how their faith turned that fear into peace. in “Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Tiny.”
James Taylor shares how the Tiny House Jamboree changed his outlook on the Tiny House Movement. He had experienced a Transformative Life Event, or “TLE.”
Meeting so many people and putting them together with their homes and dreams totally changed his view. Be sure and read the article “We’re More Then Our Houses Now.”
These stories and so much more are in Issue 34 of the Tiny House Magazine.