Check out this solar / wind powered off grid RV. It’s completely self contained including water. Well, as long as it rains some.

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Alex

Alex has been living in small spaces for more than 7 years, he's the founding editor of TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter, and has passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. Send in your story and tiny home photos so we can share and inspire others towards simplicity too. Thank you!

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  • Knifemouth

    Absolutely my RV dream come true, hit the road and not leave a heavy footprint/tire track- whatever! Not that I wouldn't like a small home just as capable on enough acreage for privacy and all that…I just have a terrible need to get some traveling in before it's too late.

    Oh, and when you say, 'as long as it rains some' it brings to mind an excellent aspect of one of my dreamy faves: Tortoise Shell / Galapagos 3, where it says “This home can be completely free of normal hook-ups, by adding optional off grid solar and an optional high tech WATER treatment system which can use river or lake waters, etcetera.” Believe you me, if I had the full use of my arms and legs, I'd be building one of these RIGHT NOW.

    Thanks for helping me keep MY dreams alive. Means the world to me.

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  • Knifemouth

    Absolutely my RV dream come true, hit the road and not leave a heavy footprint/tire track- whatever! Not that I wouldn't like a small home just as capable on enough acreage for privacy and all that…I just have a terrible need to get some traveling in before it's too late.

    Oh, and when you say, 'as long as it rains some' it brings to mind an excellent aspect of one of my dreamy faves: Tortoise Shell / Galapagos 3, where it says “This home can be completely free of normal hook-ups, by adding optional off grid solar and an optional high tech WATER treatment system which can use river or lake waters, etcetera.” Believe you me, if I had the full use of my arms and legs, I'd be building one of these RIGHT NOW.

    Thanks for helping me keep MY dreams alive. Means the world to me.

    Reply
  • jason

    There are other creative ways to go super green and off grid without spending so much and with a much smaller and faster footprint. Check out a Vanabode.

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