Just when I think I’ve seen it all! This is a Tiny Castle on Wheels, built by Justin and Jola.
When traveling, the turrets of the home fold in, making the housetruck look more or less “normal.” But as soon as they arrive at their destination, the couple opens up the house and you see a striking medieval castle. No way!
This is Tomas’ Toyota Tacoma Truck Camper that he built himself.
He and his girlfriend lived in the micro space while travelling 10,000 miles around the country. They saw the Smoky Mountains, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, California, Sequoia and Yosemite National Parks, Oregon, and Jackson, WY. Be sure to check out more pictures and follow their adventures on Instagram!
This is John’s custom built tiny house truck. It’s 8′ wide, 23′ long and weighs about 6 tons.
And right now we get to tour it thanks to our friends at Tiny House Giant Journey. When they were driving down the highway with their tiny home in tow they spotted it at a gas station and raced to go see it and hopefully meet the owner.
John has been traveling with his tiny house truck for over a year. Please enjoy the story and house truck video tour/interview then re-share it with your friends below. Thank you!
This 112 Sq. Ft. Yellow Box Truck Tiny House and Office is a guest post by Sandy Caswell – share yours too!
This big yellow truck was born a 1998 E350 Ryder Moving Van with a Triton V8 under the hood and a 16-foot box. My husband, sons and I converted it to my mobile home/office.
We added a 30-inch patio with fold down steps onto the back. After we insulated and paneled it, the interior dimensions are 7.5 x 15 feet = 112.5 sq. ft.
It is wired for electric but there is no running water. I discovered that by cutting my hair short, I can wash it and my entire body in 1 gallon of water warmed in the microwave oven. To go to the bathroom, I use a 6-gallon pail, lined with a heavy black plastic bag into which I scoop cedar shavings.
I live in it about 6 months out of the year, traveling from festivals to glamping rallies and visiting friends and family. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!
This 2003 Mitsubishi Fuso off grid cruiser is a guest post by Paul Jensen
I just finished the renovation of a 2003 Mitsubishi Fuso off grid cruiser. The vehicle has been around the world more than once and the country count is in the forties.
From Antarctica to the Arctic and around Australia this off grid cruiser has been lived in full time for a couple years. Heavily used, is an understatement. When I got it it was cramped and outdated. I stripped it down and made it into a refreshing, fully self contained, off grid cruiser.
This transforming castle house truck was designed and built by a young family who live off grid in it. They live in New Zealand and travel often. But once they find a parking space, their house truck expands incredibly.
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