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Wait until you see all the glorious storage in this park model tiny house built for Theresa by Movable Roots! The 40×10 home even has a mudroom, which was important since Theresa is placing her home on the family farm where she works — she needed a spot for those muddy boots!

Everything about the house is peaceful and soothing, from the spa-like bathroom to her navy-and-white bedroom with a huge closet. The green cabinets in the kitchen (which includes a dishwasher) feel particularly calming. Would you live in this tiny house?

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40-Ft. Movable Roots Tiny House With Spa Bath, Mudroom, & Pantry Galore!

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Dustin’s commercial HVAC job had him constantly traveling for work and kept him away from his family. One day it clicked that he would much rather travel with his wife (Sky) and daughter (Aria), and since Sky had always wanted a bus, they went on Facebook Marketplace and got one!

The couple still own their home in Pennsylvania, and rent it out. That provides them with the income needed to travel full-time and not work on the road. Aria does school from the bus, so as long as there’s wifi, they can go wherever they want.

Their bus looks awesome, and just wait until you see how proud Aria is of her bedroom!

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He Quit His Job to Travel with His Family

Family of 3’s Groovy Little Bus Life (w Three Dogs!) 3

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Our reader Howard reached out this week after meeting this awesome family of 5 who live full-time in their “overlander” named Bert. This incredible vehicle has two huge slide outs that make this tiny house quite spacious.

It features two bunks and a pull-out bed for mom and dad. Their oldest child sleeps in a built-in bunk in their trailer which they haul with them around the country. Not long into their journey, the husband ended up breaking his leg in a motorbike accident, but they are plugging along despite the set-back.

You can follow the family’s adventures on their YouTube channel, and enjoy their video tour below!

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Spacious Overlanding Vehicle Built for 5

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This family loved camping, but rain tended to wash out their vacations. That’s when they got the idea to purchase a tiny house and lease land as a permanent vacation location. They bought their house of Wind River Tiny Homes.

It’s a truly gorgeous tiny house inside, with tons of complementing wood tones and copper accents that make it feel warm and cozy. The sound of the rain on the tin roof is especially soothing. There’s a loft for the three kids, and then the parents have their own secluded loft as well.

Wait until you see the amazing shower stall! Check out the video below.

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Family of 5’s Awesome Wind River Tiny Home

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Adam and Chelsea knew each other in high school, but reconnected after some time in the military where they individually traveled the globe. Once married they kept traveling and one of Chelsea’s friends showed her skoolies.

At first, the couple thought it was insane. But after diving down the #Skoolie Instagram rabbit hole they were committed, and just days later purchased the bus! That said, it would be another 2.5 years before they actually moved in.

Amazingly, they only spent $11K on their bus home. Determined to do it on the cheap in case it didn’t work out for them, they found the cheapest way to do everything and the results are amazing! Watch the video tour to learn more.

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It Took 2.5 Years, but only $11K to Finish This Skoolie!

Family’s Beautiful Bus Build for Under $11K!

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People have been living tiny since they started building homes, which is just what you’ll find at Shash Dine’ EcoRetreat. Set on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona, the “glampground” features a number of tiny dwellings which represent the past and future of Navajo architecture.

On site you’ll find authentic “hogans,” which are round earthen homes that the Navajo lived in generations ago. Additionally there are a couple of bell tents, wagons (which Navajo lived in while caring for sheep), and even a cube home (meant to show the future possibilities for Navajo dwelling).

In authentic Navajo fashion, there is no running water or electricity at the EcoRetreat — you truly get to step into their world and share in the rich history of the Navajo people. Enjoy Jenna’s video tour of the glampground below.

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Hogans, Bell Tents, Wagons & The Cube

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