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Welcome to Today’s Tiny House Parking Spot! In episode 7, we parked our tiny home in beautiful Moab, Utah. We boondocked for ?a full week at an incredible free camping site, just outside of Arches National Park. Our tiny house was 100% off-grid. There was no access to hookups in this dispersed, rugged camping area. Our […]Continue reading
There is something about the caboose and historic train cars that sparks both nostalgia and wonder with people who love tiny houses (and trains.) So having several of them in one location, a location full of natural beauty, is a dream come true. Caboose Village is a resort located near the Big Rock Candy Mountain […]Continue reading
The word Zion brings to mind a biblical homeland, a green and gold valley, and even the last human city in “The Matrix.” Now, the word can be synonymous with beautiful, affordable tiny homes. The base models come with butcher block countertops and all lighting. Zion’s Tiny Homes is a travel trailer manufacturer located in […]Continue reading
Two Videos and a Tiny House Love StoryIf a tiny home is like a self-portrait, then a DIY tiny home is perhaps the most accurate portraiture. One that showcases all the best aspects of the owner/builder’s personality, style, lifestyle preferences and with a few slight imperfections that add genuine character. The illustrious Meg Stephens built her tiny […]Continue reading
IronTown Homes, based in Spanish Fork, Utah, has been building modular homes for over 25 years. Their first foray into the tiny house market is with the brand new SLEDhaus. The SLEDhaus is having its debut at the Utah Valley Parade of Homes. SLEDhaus is still in the initial phase, but this 572 square foot recreational home […]Continue reading