A trend I’m seeing lately are digital nomads who previously lived on the road in tiny houses, vans, and RVs who are now purchasing land. They are building homes by paying as they go or restoring older dwellings to live in.
Being constantly on the move is hard. Not knowing where your next night will be or if you will be welcome or being told to move on is challenging.
Here are a few nomads I’ve seen making this change.
Alexis and Christian of Tiny House Expedition traveled the country for several years recording the life of other tiny house dwellers for their YouTube channel. They chose a location to stay long-term and rented a place to stay. Recently they purchased the property with a small A-frame and land in which they plan to host other tiny house dwellers.
Elsa Rhae and her partner Barron have lived in a tiny 13-foot Scamp trailer for several years. They recently purchased land in Colorado and are building a home as they have the money. You can follow them on YouTube here.
Jess and Mike of van.there and drawn.there have spent several years living the van life. They recently purchased land in Southern California and are planning to spend the next several years building their home as they have the money.
Life changes and that is part of the tiny house life.
A few pages from Issue 115