Meet Sage and his hand-built gypsy wagon.
He built this tiny house on a trailer on during weekends which took four months.
Sage paid about $4,000 in materials and did all of the labor himself.
Today he uses a lot less energy to live and has much less space for clutter to build up, which he likes.
Sage now feels organized and mobile.
He lives a voluntarily simple lifestyle in a gypsy wagon style tiny house that he built himself.
You can check it out below.
Photo Courtesy of Sage Radachowsky at GypsyLiving.org
Below is a video that he put together when moving his house.
Sage moving his Gypsy Wagon Tiny House
That’s one of the benefits of being on a trailer… You can always move.
Sage was also featured in one of Derek Diedricksen‘s Tiny Yellow House episodes which you can watch below.
Sage and his Tiny House on Tiny Yellow House
Derek is the author of Humble Homes, Simple Shacks, a book jam packed with ideas on how to use reclaimed materials to build simple shelters.
For more photos of Sage’s tiny house go visit his blog over at Gypsy Living dot org.
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