Hobo Artist Dan Price Live in a Literal Hole in the Ground - Tiny House Blog

Hobo Artist Dan Price Live in a Literal Hole in the Ground

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S1E7 – Batman? Thoreau? Hobo Artist Dan Price Live in a Literal Hole in the Ground

You don’t want to miss this episode. Dan Price has an amazing story that puts Thoreau’s Walden Pond to shame. In the last 25 years, Dan, the “Hobo Artist” has lived in a Teepee, in a hobbit hole, rode a recumbent bike from Oregon to Florida, hopped freight cars, and, today, lives in an eight foot circle underground, eats wild edibles, and enjoys the most rustic sauna experience, which he built on his own. It doesn’t get any better than this.

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Palma - September 10, 2015 Reply

Great way of life. I get it. I’m off grid in the Adirondacks (log cabin) and appreciate Dan’s story. Nice to hear about someone actually doing it rather than “wannabe someday”. Peace

Dennis - January 13, 2016 Reply

Dan’s no newcomer to this way of life. Dan is the man };o)

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