This is the retro trailer cabin with trampoline awnings fixed onto the roof of the trailer to give you shade on your private patio. This tiny house is located in Joshua Tree, California.
Outside, glampers will have their own private patio, which is shaded by two fixed trampolines on the roof of the trailer, as well as an antique clawfoot bathtub and lounge chairs for watching the sunrise or observing the bright night sky.
Michael decided to sell his big house in Tennessee and use the equity to buy his very own tiny house to take with him on his US travels. He found this awesome 18 foot Firefly from Little Homes of Texas and prettied it up with an awning, shutters, fold-up deck and more.
His home has a downstairs bedroom, compact bed and galley kitchen. It only weighs 3,800, meaning he can take it just about anywhere he’s wanted to travel since he hit the road in July! Read his story after the photo tour below.
This is one awesome woman! She has been living solo van life now for four years — just because she wanted to. Which is the best reason. Her travels are funded by selling essential oils, which she was doing pre-van-life and translated well to life on the road.
Her only complaint about living in a van is her struggle with getting mail delivered! She chose to outfit her all-electric van with Marmoleum floors, Paper Stone (recycled paper) countertops, and ApplyPly drawers. There’s even an e-bike in her garage!
This is a 4×4 Quigley High-Roof Camper built on a 1996 Ford E350 Power Stroke van chassis in 2021.
It’s listed for $59,000 by Van Life 247 out of Fowlerville, Michigan over at Van Life Trader but it is already pending with a deposit in hand. But you can still look at it and learn more below! It’s a pretty nice van build. Your thoughts?
Here’s another awesome 28-foot tiny house built by Liberation Tiny Homes in Pennsylvania which they call the Strasburg. It starts at $91,000 and can be built as an 8.5 or 10-foot wide home.
The best part? It has a dedicated downstairs bedroom so you don’t have to climb up to the loft to sleep! There’s a large galley kitchen with plenty of counterspace and a compact bathroom with a shower and toilet.
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