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Caravan is nestled in the vibrant northeast corner of Portland. It opened in the summer of 2013 and was the first ever hotel of its kind in Oregon and across the globe. Not only did Caravan seamlessly fit into the character of the neighborhood, it helps support the local economy and greater well-being of the […]Continue reading
During childhood, at least some of us wanted to run off with the circus or a band of musicians. The dream of living out of a colorful, handmade vardo or “gypsy wagon” was the start of many tiny house dreams. Gypsy Getaway Wagons, based in Reno, Nevada, is bringing that dream to life. These beautiful, handcrafted […]Continue reading
The December issue of the Tiny House Magazine has a story about handmade, wooden truck campers in it and one of most talked about versions on the Web is the whimsical truck camper designed and built by Handmade Matt. Matt is a craftsman and tiny house enthusiast from Surrey, England and is currently available as […]Continue reading
For anyone dreaming of their own vardo wagon to sleep in or rent out, this sweet, little red wagon was built by J.M. Labrosse and featured by Instructables. J.M.’s step-by-step guide breaks this project down into manageable parts and a PDF of the project can be downloaded from the Instructables website. The insulated vardo features […]Continue reading
If you are thinking of building your own vardo as a tiny house or for camping, Instructables recently featured a collaborative wagon built by Paleotool (author of Building a Gypsy Wagon), PaleoPunk and a friend of theirs, AmericanPikey. The instructions for this tiny, wooden wagon are available as a free download. AmericanPikey recently retired and […]Continue reading