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Micah, Jana, and their son Silas moved from Birmingham, Alabama to the San Francisco Bay Area for a work opportunity but they weren’t prepared to pay the high price tag to rent an apartment.

Instead, they contracted a tiny house building company, American Tiny House, to build their tiny house and the family has been vlogging about their experience on YouTube.

Family of Three’s Tiny House Life

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This is the story of a family who converted this school bus into their own beautiful off-grid motorhome.

Enjoy as Bryce Langston, of Living Big in a Tiny House shows you the bus and introduces you to the family!

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Family’s School Bus Converted into Beautiful Off-Grid Motorhome

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This is a family of four’s double loft tiny home on wheels built by Alpine Tiny Homes!

28 ft bumper pull.  2 lofts, composting toilet, water heater, solar system with back up fuel-less generator, 33″ apron sink, tons of storage and enough counter space for the whole family to sit down and eat.  The kids have a split loft that includes a TV and desk on each side for each child.

Family of Four’s Double Loft Tiny Home on Wheels!

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Brian and Stella Sullivan used to pay big rent to live in a two-bedroom apartment near Seattle and felt like finances were always tight and they weren’t spending quality time together as a family.

But when Brian got a job offer that would have required a two-hour commute, they ditched the conventional apartment life and created Big Bertha, a solar-powered bus conversion perfect for their family of five.

Freedom. Freedom with our money, our time and our location. [..] The most important thing in life is people, and spending the most time with our family and children was a huge priority. We were not about to sacrifice our family time to work multiple jobs, paying for a lifestyle we didn’t want. [..] Less space, less stuff, less time cleaning, less stress. More time to enjoy life and our children.

This is a video tour of their awesome tiny dwelling.

Related: Jonathan’s Citi Bus Conversion

Big Bertha: Family of Five’s School Bus Conversion

Screenshots via BerthaTV/YouTube

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This is the Rocky Mountain Tiny House on Wheels.

It’s designed by Tiny Heirloom in Portland, Oregon.

This tiny is now a family’s tiny vacation home in Colorado.

Notice how the second sleeping loft is split for two kids.

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Family’s Rocky Mountain Tiny House by Tiny Heirloom

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Images © Tiny Heirloom

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This is the story of one family’s bus tiny home.

They’re a family of four who bought a 1989 Safari motorhome and renovated it.

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Family’s Bus Tiny Home

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Images © Sara Miedema

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This is one family’s 200 sq. ft. travel trailer tiny house conversion story.

We’re James + Sarah, two passion-seeking nomads who are genuinely inspired by the world around us. We’re living full-time in a 2005 Jayco Jayflight with our baby daughter, Stella and dog, Lavender.

Our beloved self-made home named NOLA,  whom we renovated out of a FEMA trailer, was originally purposed for citizens of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. She found her way to us and we spent the summer of 2015 completely renovating her interior.

Family’s 200 Sq. Ft. Travel Trailer Tiny House

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