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Wayzless Tiny Home

This is the story behind the Wazyless Tiny Home on Wheels by Hardy and Terry Evans in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin.

It started with their Wayzalot Tiny Home. Sadly, they got in a highway accident and it got completely totaled. Fortunately, nobody was hurt.

But this didn’t stop the couple from building their next tiny. See how it all unfolded below!

The Wayzless Tiny Home

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  • Emily c. June 30, 2016, 3:52 pm

    It broke my heart to see what happened to the Weighmore house. Losing both your home and mode of transportation at the same time must be devastating. But watching the spirit these people have in not letting it get them down is inspirational. I admit I love the weighmore because it had a livingroom area but I can see how the weighless meets more of their needs. Both are great houses and as an oldie my self it’s gives me hope that you’re never too old to do what you want to do in life.

  • Allison July 1, 2016, 10:41 am

    Hello, My husband are getting ready to covert our fifth wheel into a tiny house. We lived fulltime in the rv for 4 years loved it, but soon realized that we needed a better insulated home. Our question is did you find an insurance company that would insure you? Did you have insurance when you were in the accident? If so can you share the information?

    • Eric September 1, 2016, 5:48 am

      There is at least 1 insurance company that will cover your Tiny Home. As I recall it is affiliated in some way to the Recreational Vehicle industry. So tiny home’s have become a sideline to the fiberglass behemoths that you see on the road.

      It was in one of the posts fairly recently… 2015/16?

  • Nanny M July 1, 2016, 4:42 pm

    Lovely- The house and the couple. So many touches of beauty.

  • Lisa E. July 6, 2016, 10:53 pm

    I wish there were more interior pictures to get a better feel for that space. The exterior is exquisite; I totally love it. Everything from the stained glass to the shape to the artistic use of shakes to the touch-of-vardo bump-out window; just everything. The whole thing says wonderful, homey and inviting. I bet if they wanted to make and sell these no one would complain…. ;) Great job!!!

    • Lisa E. July 6, 2016, 11:00 pm

      PS: I’m totally loving the dog bed under the kitchen counter. I’m snagging this idea for my THOW and little pooch (genius!)

  • Apex157x July 13, 2016, 8:23 pm

    The Hardys were family friends of ours, I havent seen them since I was a teenager. Sorry to hear about the accident but glad they were able to rebuild

  • Jody September 4, 2016, 11:04 pm

    Great storage space. What I don’t get is why are there 2 sinks on the kitchen counter? 1 for the bathroom?

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