I thought you’d enjoy this story of a couple who’s living tiny in their 6′ x 9′ micro camper which happens to be a 1987 teardrop-like travel trailer.
But they have plans on upsizing into a more spacious 8′ x 20′ custom built tiny house on wheels. But for now, they’re content in their teardrop micro home.
I’ll let them tell you the story themselves below…
Couple Go Tiny in 6’x9′ Micro Travel Trailer
I encourage you to read their story, check out their tiny home, and even take the video tour below:
Video Tour of the 6’x9′ Teardrop Camper Cabin
I’ve followed your page for some time, and it was where I saw my first tiny house, Dee Williams house! (who we later got to meet in Seattle)
That was in November last year, about a week after my partner and I had got rid of our apartment, things, and jobs and left to live on the road out of our 6′ x 9′ 1987 Teardrop Trailer.
We’ve now been living out of it happily and successfully for 7 months and couldn’t be happier.
We left Ontario, Canada November 1st and drove through the US, up the West coast and through British Columbia and we are now heading back to Ontario and will begin building our very own tiny house with a month.
So for us, we are upgrading in size as the house will be 8′ x 20′ and our space is now 6′ x 9′! Haha.
We are aiming to have our build be interactive with our local community as there is a growing interest in smaller more intentional living, but there aren’t many tiny house people in Southern Ontario.
We hope our journey can inspire people locally the way people a part of this movement have inspired us.
I’ve attached some photos and a video, feel free to share it.
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