Two Tiny Houses on the Road: Funny Coincidence


“…here’s visual proof of tiny homes taking over the world. We were passed by a Tumbleweed home somewhere in New Mexico or Arizona. Totally crazy event and so happy Ani was quick enough with the phone-cam to capture it!” (source)

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Parking your Tiny House and then Adding a Large Covered Porch





If you’re like me you love tiny houses but you might also realize how little outdoor space they usually come with (if any at all).

In most cases it’s just enough to keep you covered in the rain while you unlock your front door.

And again, if you’re like me, you want more outdoor space than this!

And it is nice to have that space easily accessible from your front door.

That’s why I love what this guy did with his 192 sq. ft. tiny home once he parked it on his land…

He built a separate stick built covered front porch since he doesn’t really plan on moving the house anyway.

This is the same tiny house project with the DIY hidden TV cabinet I showed you a few days ago.

Great idea! And the solar panels are nice, too! More info on this post too. Be sure to browse around his blog for more (it’s really interesting!)

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Park Model Tiny House on the Road Getting Towed


I always like mentioning the fact that you can also consider Park Models instead of just tiny houses on wheels.

They do require a special license to tow because they’re so much larger but if you don’t plan on moving very often this might be the right choice for you.

With more space it’s more suitable for someone who just wants more room or if you have other people you’d like to live with or continue living with. 🙂