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Seasoned fly fisherman, Alan Peak built a simple yet very clever tiny house on wheels using recycled and reclaimed materials. He parked it on his own land, a beautiful wooded lot. It’s located in a rural neighborhood just outside a Colorado mountain town. Ultimately, after much hard work preparing the land, Alan created the perfect […]Continue reading
Northern California stretches from San Luis Obispo County to the Oregon state line. It is diverse, grandly beautiful and chock full of tiny houses. They can be found on farms, ranches, vineyards and of course, backyards. Beginning March 5th, we could see them greatly multiply across San Luis Obispo backyards after the new zoning ordinance […]Continue reading
On our late fall tiny house road trip through southern New Mexico, it felt like spring. Warm, sunny days and cool nights. We discovered an enchanting free boondocking site on the outskirts of Las Cruces. For four days, our backyard was the rugged Organ Mountains. Specifically, we were parked in a Baylor Canyon BLM dispersed […]Continue reading
When I sat down to write this article, I started to make a list of all the lessons that I have learned over the past three and half years of tiny house travel. My first draft included over 50 examples of personal growth, travel realities, and tiny house movement insights. I just can’t stop thinking […]Continue reading
Homesteading can take many forms, as we learned in our recent visit to northern New Mexico. Our friends, Trebventure, are a family of five. They converted a school bus into a stunning home on wheels. Together they traveled for several months, enjoying the freedom of nomadic living. When they felt ready to settle down, they […]Continue reading