This is the story of a retired woman who is now living a nomadic life with her Jeep and [email protected] teardrop travel trailer.
When Sharon retired from being a pharmacist, she decided to buy the trailer so she can travel easily with her 4-door Jeep Wrangler.
Since her [email protected] trailer weighs only 1670 pounds it’s a very easy tow. So far, Sharon has been living in it for a year and a half.
Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
Retired Nomad Woman Living in her Teardrop Trailer w/ Jeep
More Highlights from this Story
- 130W Samlex Solar Panel System
- [email protected] Has a Stand Up Shower Inside
- Sharon Cooks Outside
- It’s 15′ in Length Including the Tongue of the Trailer
You can share this nomadic living story with your friends and family for free using the e-mail and social media re-share buttons below. Thanks.
If you enjoyed this [email protected] Travel Trailer story you’ll absolutely LOVE our Free Daily Tiny House Newsletter with even more! Thank you!
More Like This: Explore our Travel Trailers Section
See The Latest: Go Back Home to See Our Latest Tiny Houses
Latest posts by Alex (see all)
- Flamenco Tiny House by Baluchon - February 4, 2023
- 2008 Ford E-450 4×4 Timberline Box Van Conversion - February 3, 2023
- Custom Tumbleweed Tiny House with a Bidet - February 3, 2023
I think about doing something like this, but don’t know if I have the nerve. Great little trailer. I might need something a little bigger and taller, plus I have a Great Dane, which is like 50 chihuahuas! Will have to research this. Thanks!
While I like the [email protected] trailer, I love the R-Pod trailer better. It has more options, a bit larger, and is still very reasonable too. They are very well designed.
Boy! That’s about the most spacious teardrop I have ever seen, and soooo pretty. I love the awning over the front door! The kitchen is great, too.
practical. all the bases are covered, food, bath room, and bed.
This is by far the best really small trailer I have seen. In general the tab is a real turn off, as it has no bath and kitchen is outside. This one solves all those problems. Great use of space! Nicely made and easy travel. A little too small for me to live in full time-I am more comfortable in the 200 sp foot range, but for some long road trips this would be so awesome! I love the way she has it set up w/ the twin bed as seating-so comfortable looking.
WOW! What a cozy and comfy little house. I say more power to Sharon for going on her own. Another woman who inspires me enough to live small and free. Way to go Sharon!
I could live in this. If I was single I would have one for sure! Lol
Just love your tear drop it’s really nice inside. You have it fixed up so cute, all the comforts of home. I have seen some that people use to live out of and there’s no way that their’s compares to yours. They only had room for a mattress. I love the fact that you have your own wet bath that really works out nice like you said it’s great to have at 3:00 am. Cute little kitchen, you even have a place to watch movies. Thank you for sharing & enjoy your retirement while traveling around!! Carol???
They only had a mattress in there.
I love it. It’s the most comfy and practical teardrop I’ve ever seen.
Nice! I like her setup.
I didn’t realize that the [email protected] could accommodate a bed and seating at the same time…I thought it was one of those rigs where you turn your dinette into your bed. I’ll have to put them back on the wishing/dreaming list.
the only thing I’d want to change is turning the seats into storage as I wouldn’t need the extra seating.
fantastic tear drop by far.
I would like to know who made this, and where I can buy one. I love it!
I have been aware of the TAB trailer for at least 15 years and I was impressed from the first time I saw one. So admire her for following her heart and just hitting the road.
I would like to know if Sharon is still living full time in this teardrop trailer. I have been wanting to do this for quite some time. I wonder if Sharon has stayed this small, or upgraded to more space?
Video is unavailable? Anyone else able to see it, or have a link to it elsewhere?
wiz, I think it has expired. I remember seeing it quite a while back when it first posted. I was hoping to get update on her story. I wonder if she is still living in this small trailer.