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This is a raised roof school bus conversion that’s built like a residential home.

Jim & Debbie retired about 2 years ago to get their skoolie up and ready for full time travel.

I think you’ll really like this bus conversion and the owners have done a great job of explaining how they did it in the video below. Enjoy!

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Retired Couple’s Raised Roof School Bus Conversion That They Built Like a Residential Home

Retired couple's residential-quality skoolie

Images via TinyHomeTours/YouTube

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This is the story of Riley Slayden and Cece Monroe of LivingTiny.co.

When they wanted a way to own a house without debt, they decided they wanted to go tiny. And they did it by buying a 1982 shuttle bus and converting it into their own rolling tiny home! Please enjoy our exclusive interview with them to learn more. Thanks!

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Couple’s Shuttle Bus Turned Tiny Home

Couples Shuttle Bus Turned Tiny Home

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This is Asha Mevlana’s tiny cabin and THOW music studio. It’s a tiny cabin on a foundation joined by a deck with a separate tiny house on wheels that functions as her music studio.

Asha Mevlana is an electric violinist with the Trans Siberian Orchestra who is used to life on tour but wanted a solid place to call home. This incredible tiny house is constructed on foundations but is joined by a mobile music studio on wheels, which also doubles as a practice space as well as performance venue.1

So what do you think of Asha’s tiny home? How well would it work for you? What would you change about it to make it perfect for you?

Musician Creates Tiny Cabin with Traveling Music Studio Tiny House Joined Together With a Beautiful Outdoor Deck

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Images via Living Big in a Tiny House/YouTube

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This is an 18ft stealth travel trailer tiny house that’s for sale out of Elmhurts Beach, Ontario, Canada for $39,900 CAD which is approximately $30,324 USD.

It started out as a brand new cargo trailer and then it was converted into a stealth tiny house on wheels so you could live tiny and adventurously without all of the attention of a tiny home on a trailer!

What do you think of cargo trailer conversions? Are they something that you’d consider for yourself? Let us know in the comments after you check this one out below. Thanks!

18ft Cargo Trailer Converted into Stealth Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

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Images © Mark Jezierzanski

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This is the story of a couple who built a $500 micro camper in the woods on their own land in Northwestern Wisconsin.

Would you ever consider building a micro cabin like this?

If so, would you want to build it on land or on a trailer so you can tow it wherever you like and travel with it?

Interview with Couple who Built $500 Micro Cabin in the Woods on their own Land

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Images © Alsono Sierralta

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This is a modern THOW with dual sinks in the bathroom so it’s perfect for couples wanting to live tiny. It’s the 28ft Catalina Tiny House on Wheels by Innovate Tiny

It’s modern with high end finishes throughout and the bathroom features a beautiful dual faucet vanity, the kitchen has really nice appliances, and the staircase to the loft is top notch. See for yourself and let me know what you think in the comments at the bottom. Would you live simply full time in this tiny house with someone else?

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Modern Tiny House on Wheels with Dual Sinks in Bathroom and more…

Modern THOW with dual sinks in the bathroom

Images © Innovate Tiny via YouTube

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This is the story of Carol’s retirement tiny home out of Lubbock, Texas.

We ran into each other on Facebook, and I was able to arrange a quick interview which you can enjoy below.

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How Carol Built Her Own Retirement Tiny Home

Carol's $8,000 Retirement Tiny House

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Meet John and Jayme. They’re a couple with three dogs who are traveling and living out of their converted 1996 Chevy Express 1500 High Top van. They initially bought it for $1,500 but ended up spending a total of $10,270 on it. You can see a breakdown of their costs here.

Would you ever consider going on a long-term van dwelling adventure like this? Maybe this interview will help you figure it out!

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

Interview with Couple who Sold it all to Live in a Van and Travel!

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This is an interview with Robert & Bettina Johnson of Esk’et Tiny House.

They’ve designed and built a truly beautiful and one-of-a-kind tiny home on wheels.

And now, it’s available as a bed & breakfast so you can try out living tiny in it!

If you want to learn more about Robert & Bettina Johnson and their Esk’et Tiny House please enjoy our exclusive interview with them below! Thank you!

Interview with Robert & Bettina Johnson of Esk’et Tiny House

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