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This unique dome home was built by Seb & Isa from La Nature à l’État Pur in Québec, Canada.

They used earth bags to build the entire structure from the ground up.

The couple learned about earth bag construction at a CalEarth workshop about their SuperAdobe building technique, and they fell in love with it.

Couple Build Amazing Earth Bag Dome Home

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This is the story of Carol’s retirement tiny home out of Lubbock, Texas.

We ran into each other on Facebook, and I was able to arrange a quick interview which you can enjoy below.

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How Carol Built Her Own Retirement Tiny Home

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For Sale: 2013 Transit Connect XLT / Adventure Ready

The van is in excellent condition and still under warranty. Ready for a new owner and the next adventure. Only reason we’re selling is because we moved to a larger Transit van that we’ll be living out of full-time.

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This is the story of a couple (and their dog) who built their own stealthy cargo trailer tiny house while living in the back of their truck.

The most amazing part is that they built it while they were moving around usually on public land!

This story is brought to you thanks to Dylan Magaster. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

Couple’s Cargo Trailer Tiny House Built While Living in a Truck on Public Land!

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This is the story of a father/son duo who built their own heated tiny bunk house cabin for only $160 in materials!

The reason they were able to do it for so little money is that they have their own portable sawmill on the property so they are able to harvest their own wood. On top of that, they used reclaimed materials for their windows, door, furniture, furnace, and other items.

They built this little bunk cabin to house their tools (and themselves) while they build a larger log cabin on the property. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

Father/Son Duo Build a $160 Tiny Bunk House Cabin!

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This is the story of a couple who built their own 67 sq. ft. tiny house in 3 months for only $420 using mostly recycled materials!

The teeny little house has a small living area downstairs and above it a loft with a double bed. As they’re living in community Liam and Rachel didn’t need to include a kitchen and bathroom, as they have shared facilities and a communal living space nearby.1

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Couple Build 67 Sq. Ft. Tiny House in 3 Months for $420 Using Mostly Reclaimed Materials!

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This is the story of Trebventure. They are a family of 5 who live full time in their DIY converted 1999 Blue Bird school bus. Parents, Brandon and Ashley, decided to ditch the public school system and homeschool their 3 children all while traveling around the US in their skoolie.

We were more concerned with spending time experiencing life everyday rather than living for the weekend. – Ashley

Trebventure: The Family of Five Who Left The Traditional Life by Converting a School Bus into their DIY Motorhome!

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