Liz & Brandon love climbing and both had some experience with tiny living. They decided as a couple to find a tiny rig that could allow them more time to climb and better access to the best spots.
While they debated with 4-wheel-drive vans, those were expensive! So instead, they found a truck and built a remove-able cabin which was then lifted and strapped onto the truck bed frame. The interior has a cozy cabin vibe, and yes, they have a toilet inside.
All told, they spent around $12K on their truck home that comes in at just around 100 square feet.
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Their Remove-able Timber Truck Bed Camper
The whole camper can be lifted off the truck if it ever needs to be removed.
The inside feels like a cozy cabin!
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