Kevin’s tiny house life in Alaska is centered around his three loves—nature, music, and teaching. It is nestled in a gorgeous mountain landscape with superb wildlife watching opportunities. There he relishes the intimate connection he feels with his surroundings, largely thanks to the many windows in his small space.
Kevin built his tall-man friendly tiny house in collaboration with Bartlett High School. It is very much in the style of historic Alaskan dry cabin, with no bathroom (he uses an outhouse). Though, it is road-worthy, even with a fold-down awning and removable porch. 15′ tall, the max road-legal height in Alaska.
Kevin ultimately plans to build a small house, 800-1000 square feet, on his property. In the meantime, he loves peaceful, simple living in his rustic tiny house on wheels.