Here’s your chance to spend a weekend (or longer!) in a hand-crafted Earthship house! This off-grid masterpiece in Montana is a self-sufficient structure complete with a greenhouse, passive heating and cooling, and an awesome water system.
This one features a large master bedroom off of the main living area complete with a luxury kitchen and a comfortable living area. The front greenhouse has fresh produce growing! Enjoy the photo tour below.
This inspiring couple had a dream to live with their sons off-grid and debt-free, and they made that a reality with their $6,000 tent home on a riverbank in New Mexico!
They’re such an inspiration that Living Big in a Tiny House has done two video interviews with the couple: During this most recent tour we get to see the family’s finished solar set-up, new outdoor shower, and fresh bedroom layout for their 16×20 wood-frame tent cabin.
Enjoy the video tour and be sure to follow the family on Instagram (@denforourcubs) to keep up!
Meet the Longnecker Family, they are a family of six that travel full-time in their 1972 Airstream travel trailer.
Starting next week (October 1st) they are hosting a 5-day challenge to help you plan your first boondocking trip. Get more details below, take a virtual tour of their Airstream tiny home, and please re-share this story on your Facebook to help us spread the word. Thank you!🙏
A few months ago we shared with you a story about Rob Greenfield’s off grid micro cabin life in California. Since then, Rob’s girlfriend, Cheryl, has shared her perspective on his lifestyle. So here is what they both have to say, starting with Rob…
I often see comments like, “This guy obviously doesn’t have a girlfriend,” and they’re talking about me when they say that! Well let me tell you, I DO have girlfriend and she is AMAZING, GORGEOUS, and we are SO IN LOVE! She loves to spend time at my off the grid tiny house with me and she’s coming over right now. Here she shares her perspective on my off the grid, tiny house lifestyle…
Please enjoy, learn more and re-share below. Thank you!
Girlfriend’s Perspective on Off-Grid Tiny House Living
Right now I’d like to share with you their video and photo tour of Vina’s amazing tiny house on a trailer that she lives simply in full time. And it truly begs the question, would you rather stay put and live simply in a tiny house on wheels or live and travel full time in an RV like Joshua and Natsuko? A tough question for you, I might imagine, as it is for me. Enjoy the tour (and video) below and let me know your preferred way of living simply in the comments at the bottom. Thanks!
Vina’s Tiny Home on Wheels… Or RV/Travel Full Time?
So hopefully if you’re here you’ve already downloaded SketchUp and you’re ready to follow along. If not, you can do so right now. Then come back here to watch the video so you can watch, learn, pause and rewind when you have to, and most importantly do.
It’s important when you watch instructional videos like this to take the time to pause the video for a few minutes so you can practice and play around with the tasks you just learned. Otherwise, you’ll completely forget!
So don’t expect to go through the entire video all at once. For best results, bookmark this page. Take your time with each lesson inside. Mark off where you left off and come back to it later in between practice.
Designing Tiny Houses in SketchUp Lessons 1-5 (FREE)
I encourage you to enjoy, follow along and learn using the full 1-hour long video lesson with LaMar for FREE below:
On my last trip to the library I was so happy to stumble onto 12 by 12 by William Powers, have you heard of it?
I’m about 70% finished. Ever since I’ve been reading it it’s really got me wondering about putting together my own tiny off grid home near to where I currently live.
I’d be able to learn a lot and enjoy nature while still having my city apartment. We would use it to get away, write, read, relax, enjoy nature, and explore what it’s like to live without modern utilities.
I won’t ramble on about it, but the book really does get you thinking.
My next step is figuring where/how to go about getting a good place to do something like this in my surrounding area. Any ideas? South Florida.
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