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Her $15k Lockdown Tiny House Project 


Stefanie is one amazing woman! She has traveled to 28 countries, and now has a vardo wagon she built all by herself that she’s towing around the United States.

When COVID put her out of work, she wanted something to do with her extra time: And she didn’t disappoint! With a $15,000 budget, she managed to build an absolutely stunning off-grid wagon she calls, “Misty.” You’ll love “meeting” Stefanie in her video tour with Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey. What an amazing woman!

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Misty: An Amazing Off-Grid Tiny Wagon

Her swing is the perfect place to relax.

She did her own epoxy-pour table and countertops.

LED twinkle lights are powered by little solar panels.

VIDEO: She built THIS during COVID lockdown?!

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • vee
    September 29, 2021, 8:26 pm

    What an incredible job this woman did! She thought of everything she needed to continue her life of travelling and living independently. I am very impressed!!!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      October 1, 2021, 6:36 am

      Exactly! And she just did it. So inspiring.

  • Alison
    September 30, 2021, 6:44 pm

    It’s lovely, and such a fine accomplishment.

  • David Pedersen
    October 1, 2021, 10:26 am

    Efficient use of space. Reminds me of the English Shepherds huts. Though I am not crazy about the blue epoxy inlay in the kitchen – it looks like epoxy. Mainly because epoxy is highly cancerous. It should not be a part of a kitchen, where you prepare food.

    • James D.
      October 1, 2021, 3:05 pm

      Sorry, you’re of course free to prefer to not have any epoxy in your kitchen, but to say it’s cancer causing isn’t really true, the chemicals and resins used to make epoxy can be dangerous but once fully cured it’s considered safe. Just like many other products that can be found in most kitchens, there’s a difference from how they’re made from what risk the end product can have…

      There are also different types of epoxies, those deemed food safe have to pass tests by government organizations like the USFDA, and there’s also a class of epoxies used in the medical field that they wouldn’t be doing if epoxy was dangerous no matter what state it was in or how it was made… Fully cured epoxy is a polymer (plastic), which is stable and inert and manufacturers have had to follow strict standards for decades now that eliminates most potential risk from contaminants.

      You generally have more to fear from your kitchen cabinets, which can have high levels of chemicals, off gassing, contaminants like accidental PCB’s from sealants, etc. and haven’t really had to deal with regulations, etc. that have made other products safer over the years and as a lot of that would be airborne, a higher risk of exposure in modern homes that are generally going to be more airtight and not always well ventilated…

  • Claude Pariseault
    November 27, 2021, 2:46 pm

    Bravo, you have my admiration madame.

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