Tiny House Parking on the Road After carefully maneuvering out of a tight parking spot at Peak View Park, we headed down to the mountain with steep 7% grades. It’s essential to take it slow and utilize the tow/haul mode in the truck, which boosts torque and engages the engine braking mode to help maintain…

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Viewer Favorites from 2019 Enjoy this look back at our top 5 tiny home videos of 2019! From unique tiny houses on wheels to a skoolie homestead, we share viewer favorites from the past year. Featured Top 5 Tiny Houses: Creative Couple Builds an Amazing Tiny House with Reclaimed Materials College Student’s Impressive Tiny House…

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2019, an Epic Year It’s truly has been an epic year in the tiny house movement and our personal tiny home life. We crossed the 55,000-mile mark with our THOW. Phew! Time for a bit of reflection. From legal victories, events to amazing experiences, and big changes, we share a fun look back at the…

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You don’t have to give up what you love to go tiny. Meet Michelle Boyle. She’s a smart, independent tiny house dweller and entrepreneur. Michelle’s tiny home is an investment in herself after becoming an empty nester when two kids left home. Not surprisingly, the name of Michelle’s blog is My Tiny Empty Nest. She…

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Full-time travel with a triple axle is for the brave and skilled! Meet Alisha and Brian and their two big dogs, Roxie & Arks. Together they’ve been traveling with their 30′ off-grid tiny home on wheels for almost one year. They stay exclusively at BLM boondocking spots (off-grid camping). Frequent travel with a triple axle…

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A tiny house on wheels is a comfy ticket to adventure. Right? With the proper planning, it definitely can be. A common misconception is that all tiny house dwellers are nomads. For most, the wheels mean flexibility. You can move when the need or desire arises. Some travel because of their jobs like travel nurses.…

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Sharing Our Nomadic Tiny House Life As you guys know, we get around with our tiny house. We recently passed the 50,000-mile mark on our way up to Leadville, CO. Crazy! Three years ago, we had no idea that we would travel this far. One of our most frequently asked questions is where do you…

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