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This off-grid cabin on wheels, The Fat Pony Hideaway is a 1983 Mercedes 608D box truck cabin located in Devon, UK. With the capacity to sleep up to four people, the box truck tiny home accommodates 2 adults and 2 children over the age of 8, ensuring that the entire family can revel in the charm of this unconventional vacation.

The ingenious design of the box truck reveals a hidden treasure – a king-size bed that gracefully drops down from the ceiling, offering a cozy haven for the adults. It’s a touch of luxury amid simplicity, providing comfort and tranquility against the picturesque backdrop of Devon, UK.

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Off-Grid Cabin on Wheels Vacation in Devon, UK

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This year, United Tiny House is bringing back their off-grid camps, but with more to learn than ever before, and four weekends you can choose from to attend! Just like last year, you’ll get to enjoy hands-on workshops learning about biogas, rainwater collection, and solar systems, and there’s free tent camping on site (or you can pay extra to stay in one of their 9 off-grid tiny structures!).

New this year, however, is a Shed-to-Home Conversion 101 Class and field trip to local Derksen Portable Buildings‘ dealer Village Barns, as well as a workshop on aquaponics gardening! And don’t forget the concert, potluck dinner, and discussion on the 5 popular composting toilets and which one is the best. Admission is $199/person for the weekend-long event.

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Learn About Biogas, Shed-To-Tiny Conversion, Rainwater Collection & More!

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Get excited! If you’ve ever wanted to learn about living off-grid, this workshop could be your answer. Learn about rainwater collection, turning waste into fuel, solar set-ups and much more. You’ll even get to tour multiple off-grid tiny homes the host couple have built and rent on Airbnb.

Fin and John have tons of experience after years of building off-grid tiny homes, and you’ll get to glean from their knowledge, sleep under the stars (or in one of their homes for an additional fee), hang out with other tiny-house-hopefuls and enjoy hands-on projects. The cost is $199/person, with a $50 discount for couples. More details below!

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Hands-On Off-Grid Workshop in Georgia!

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This is an off-grid, mushroom-inspired cabin with a green roof known as the Pickalotta built by Joel and Stephanie out of Chesterville, Ontario, Canada.

The owner-builders have been living off-grid in their self-built cabin for well over ten years. Now they built another structure to share with others who are curious about building an off-grid lifestyle. Learn more below!

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Tiny Mushroom Cabin with Living Roof in Ontario

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Images via Stephanie/Airbnb

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This epic DIY truck house is 8′ long x 6′ wide and sits on the flatbed of a 1996 Ford F-350.

It was designed and built by Timmy from Truck House Life as a full-time home on wheels for his adventurous lifestyle in Alaska.

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Living Off-Grid In A DIY Overland Truck House

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This monolithic cob house is completely off-grid with a 1-kilowatt solar power system and a backup generator for electricity, a Rumford fireplace and propane radiant in-floor heating, and a constructed wetland for natural wastewater treatment.

The modern interior living space is approximately 1,000 square feet in size with an open-concept kitchen, dining, and living room, as well as 2 bedrooms, a mechanical room, and a bathroom.

Monolithic Cob House With Solar-Power

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Image © Exploring Alternatives

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This is an off-grid tiny house with two boat lifts and two docks on 6.62 acres in Carrabelle, Florida.

The little cabin was built in 2005. It features a solar power system, on-demand hot water, a mini-split air conditioner, water catchment system, composting toilet, full kitchen, multi-functional living room/bedroom, and elevated views from the deck and cabin. What do you think?

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Off-Grid Tiny House On 6 Acres In Florida With Gulf Access And Boat Lifts

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Images via TBR/Zillow

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Bryce and Misty paid off their debts, left the city, and have spent the last 12 years building a cob home, homesteading, living off the grid, and homeschooling their two daughters.

They live without a car, so for transportation, they use taxis and bicycles, and they eventually hope to have a cart that their two horses can pull.

Living Off-Grid in a Self-Built Cob Home

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This is the story of a Canadian farmer and filmmaker’s off-grid cabin life.

He shares his life over on Instagram @canadiancastaway and over on his YouTube Channel, Canadian Castaway where he shows you how he builds, farms, films, and enjoys nature.

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His Off-Grid Cabin Life in Canada, Canadian Castaway

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