Whenever a “tiny house” is mentioned, many people tend to think of one “on wheels”. Besides mobility benefits, tiny houses are built on trailers to get around stringent codes and zoning rules in some states that stipulate that buildings must meet certain standards to be deemed inhabitable. However, over the past few years, the popularity…

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Kevin’s tiny house life in Alaska is centered around his three loves—nature, music, and teaching. He built his tall-man friendly THOW in collaboration with Bartlett High School. It is very much in the style of historic Alaskan dry cabin, but road-worthy, with a fold-down awning and removable porch. It’s 15′ tall, the max road-legal height…

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