Off Grid Tiny House Dwellers Share Free Parking and Travel Advice - Tiny House Blog
September 20, 2019

Off Grid Tiny House Dwellers Share Free Parking and Travel Advice

For the last year, Brian and Alisha have proven that frequent tiny house travel is possible with a triple axle trailer. Though they would caution, it is not for the unprepared and timid tower. Together with their two big dogs, Roxie & Arks, they traveled to over 13 states with their 30′ off-grid tiny house on wheels.


Brian and Alisha stay exclusively at BLM boondocking spots. These are free off-grid campsites on public lands, where you can stay for up to 14 days in one place, at a time. One of their most recent parking spots was the Deschutes National Forest in Bend, Oregon. It’s an ideal location with lots of sunlight and cell service—both essential ingredients for their off-grid, digital nomad lifestyle.

While they travel, Alisha makes a living as a remote worker. She works from home in her pretty spacious office. Brian does online marketing, as well as occasional odd jobs like framing.

For more insights into their nomadic life, watch the video above.

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Betti - September 27, 2019 Reply

OMG I want your life <3 so happy for you guys! namaste

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