Leah and Brennan live in Florida on Brennan’s family farm. The unique part? They’re living in their second RV conversion!
Back in 2018, the couple traded their house for a self-renovated 1989 RV, lovingly named The Ramblr. Now they’re in their second RV — a fifth wheel named The Ramblr 2.0 (@the_ramblr_rv), which they plan to take on their travels next year. They only spent $6.5k on their second RV conversion, and really made the place a home. Instead of choosing trendy decor, they decorated with their own eclectic sense of style and it makes the place all-the-better!
Thanks to Allison over at Tiny Home Tours, we can take a tour of their tiny home and get to know more about the awesome couple!
This Covered Wagon at the Sandy Valley Dude Ranch has all kinds of “Little House on the Prairie” vibes, with far more comfort than the Ingalls ever experienced. Inside, the cowboy wagon has all kinds of fun Victorian decor to make you feel like you’re stepping back in time.
Scott and Ashley of the Hive Drive Bus stayed at the wagon recently, and sent us their fantastic pictures and video tour of their stay. The ranch is fully-functional, and there are animals for you to meet and restaurant dinners to enjoy. Enjoy their tour at the end of the post.
If you want to stay here, book a few nights over at Airbnb.
These are awesome plans from Simple Solar Homesteading for a 10×10 Studio, Cottage, Cabin or Accessory dwelling unit and includes plans for an addition and porch. And they’re just $5!
But First: Have You Entered the Off-Grid Houses on the Move Contest? Don’t miss your chance to win great prizes! Learn more here.
These simple structures are designed for anyone who can cut a straight line, hammer a nail and use a drill! The Studio will sleep 1 to 2 people, while the Cottage/Cabin sleeps up to 4 people.
The plans come in a 46-page full color ebook (PDF), which includes all framing instructions, dimensions and pictures of exterior and interior finishing for ideas. You’ll also get plans for a studio addition, a porch, and ideas for off-grid equipment, a material list, and estimated costs! Don’t wait, get yours here today.
Meet Clare Colins, one absolutely amazing 60-something who sold her house, paid off her mortgage and got rid of nearly everything she owned to travel Australia in her Mouse House van!
She spent an entire year sleeping every night her van, and then ended up purchasing a little half-acre (which she calls, “Happenstance”) in a rural area where she hopes to create a mini permaculture farm. On the property, where she spends only some of her time when not travelling, she has 16.5 x 13ft. shed house she calls La Shack.
Besides some new timbers necessary to keep it upright, everything else in the La Shack has been either donated, scrounged, repurposed or re-used! Clare is a photographer by trade, so check out some of her artwork below and make sure to tune into the video tour of the van at the end of the post.
Live close enough to Georgia to make to the drive? There are still spots available at the Off-Grid Workshop at Beloved Cabin, which begins today at 4 pm and runs through Sunday. I know it’s last-minute, but this is such a fantastic opportunity to learn from a couple who have lived off-grid for most of a decade!
John and Fin Kernohan have been living for 8.5+ years in their 304sqft, DIY, off-grid cabin and have created their 16-acre oasis in the Georgia woods known as Beloved Cabin Tiny House Homestead & Stay. This workshop will teach you all about building a 400 watt solar system, BioGas, rainwater collection, composting toilets, and off-grid heating solutions.
You’ll get to camp under the stars (with bathrooms nearby), and enjoy meals and a bonfire with participants. COVID-19 social distancing measures will be in place to keep everyone safe. Get more information and buy tickets here.
When you think “treehouse,” you might envision a cozy wooden structure with buffalo check and enamel mugs — but this fantastic treehouse in Australia is super chic and modern.
Half of the structure is entirely made of huge windows, giving you lovely views of the rainforest below and ocean beyond. Inside you’ll find a living room and kitchenette decorated with eclectic furniture from around the world, and a separate bedroom complete with a king-sized bed. The luxurious bathroom also has a view.
Walk out on the lovely balcony to BBQ some dinner, or sip a glass of wine. Book your stay here.
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