This is a 360 sq ft tiny house on wheels located in Goldsboro, NC. Which was right in the path of the latest hurricane, Florence. The owner, Tanya, shares a few tips on how she prepared for it.
By the way, you may remember seeing Tanya’s tiny house on House Hunters. Below you can get a full tour of the home along with helpful tips in case of a hurricane.
Hurricane Florence forces Tiny House Owner to Move Home
Photos via Instagram
Photos via Instagram
VIDEO: House Hunters: Living Tiny in North Carolina
Success so often is being prepared. I live in a hurricane vulnerable area and hurricanes are forecasted at least a week out. I always have some ideas and plans for how I will move my tiny house and where it will go. Make a decision early. Getting transport for your tiny or a place to put it is best done before everyone is booked or busy.
I’ve learned not to rely on my weather app to tell me that “rain and wind” might really be 125 mph hurricane force wind and catastrophic flooding rainfall. I keep a little bit of hurricane food in my pantry. Food that can be eaten without water or power but that also fits my nutritional needs.
Think about your pets and how to feed and care for them during an event like this.
Our big thanks to Tanya for sharing her hurricane prep tips with us! Hope everyone is safe from Hurricane Florence!
If you would like to help out those (including furry friends) affected by Hurricane Florence see links below. Every little bit counts.
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