by Laura LaVoie I’ve been saying it a lot these last two weeks when people ask me to describe my experience. Arriving at the 2015 Tiny House Conference was a homecoming. The tiny house community extends to all four corners of the globe and when some of us are able to come together we feel [...]
by Laura LaVoie Right now, tiny house reality shows are dominating the airwaves and conversations. I can’t really go anywhere without someone asking me if I’ve seen one or more of them. Or, sometimes, they ask if I’ve been on one. When I say “no” they want to know “Why not?” Last year I was [...]
Peter has opened his 3,000 acre organic cattle ranch to tiny house dwellers who would like to live close to nature. This opportunity is unique in that not only do you get tons of privacy (1/8 mile away from your closest tiny house neighbor) but there is also clean water available from natural springs as [...]
We are selling our Beloved Beauty Blue Bird Bus.
heir·loom /ˈerlo͞om/ noun a valuable object that has belonged to a family for several generations. NORTH AMERICAN denoting a traditional variety of plant or breed of animal that is not associated with large-scale commercial agriculture. What an appropriate name for an up and coming tiny house build team and company from Oregon with such a [...]
7 year old yurt, in good condition.
This latest creation is a real cutey.
8′ x 40′
by Steven Henriksen Lindsey and I are native to the Pacific Northwest, but after a job opportunity came up we decided that we would give living in Florida a shot. It seemed like a great reason to check out the other corner of the country, and we told ourselves that we could always move on [...]
One room with loft and ladder. Has electric with fan in ceiling. No water.
This is my 1948 International LAND YACHT
The Dragonfly Teahouse was built to last for generations and constructed with a conservation ethic.