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22 Tiny House Questions Answered in 22 Days With a Builder – Day 10

You’re on day 10 of 22 with Aldo Lavaggi and his tiny house.

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22 Tiny House Questions Answered in 22 Days With A Builder – Day 10

Alex: So what are your plans exactly with your house? Are you going to live in it?

Aldo: Yes, I am going to live in it!Chicken Coops, Farms, and Tiny Houses

I want to park it somewhere with community in short walking distance.

I would also like to find a work trade situation, perhaps on agricultural lands where several hours of my fixing fences, milking cows, or cleaning chicken coops would earn me the right to park my tiny house.

Back in the day when families lived on farms, these farms were passed down to children and so there was usually some able bodied person around to help out.

In today’s world where children grow up and do not stick around, there is often the need for more hands around a farm.

There is more need for community support. Tiny houses can facilitate this.

Down the road there are other options.

If I build a larger house on day, my tiny house could become a guest bedroom or nearby office space. It will not be without a use.

Image: Simon Howden at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

You can learn more about Aldo Lavaggi at his blog, Gold Thread Tiny House.

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