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This is the Mac Shack Tiny House by Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes.

If you want to take your tiny house on the road with you, this would be a good choice because it’s only 14ft long and you still get everything you probably need in a tiny home.

According to RMTH, this particular unit ended up costing about $31,000 back in 2016. Outside, it’s got rusty corrugated steel wainscot siding and a beautiful little covered entrance on the rear of the trailer with a custom, skinny dutch door — I love it!

The 14ft Mac Shack Tiny House on Wheels by Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes

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This is an exciting announcement for all our Colorado readers: The inaugural Colorado Tiny House Festival is coming to the Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg on July 28-30.

Einstyne Tiny Homes, Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses, and Trailer Made Trailers are presenting the event which will include builders, DIY tiny homes, vendors, speakers and more.

What’s especially cool is that if you have a DIY tiny home you’d like to bring, you can let them know here. Other professional tiny house builders and anyone who considers themselves knowledgeable enough to be a speaker can also get in touch with the organizers to be included in the program.

Stay up to date on the festival’s Facebook page here, and scroll below to get more event details and buy tickets!

Announcing the Colorado Tiny House Festival, July 28-30

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This is the Rusted Mountain Roost Gooseneck Trailer Tiny House.

It was custom-built by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses for $84,000.

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Rusted Mountain Roost Gooseneck Trailer Tiny House

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This is the Red Mountain 34′ Tiny House by Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes. I love it because of the whimsical, rustic look and feel. I find it to be one of my favorite styles because it looks and feels like a true cabin to me. And the more historic and reclaimed materials used, the better.

Anyway, do you like it? How about the rounded front door? It was custom-built for a family, and similar build would cost approximately $105,000. It seems to have a fold-down deck, too. And it all sits on a sturdy triple-axle trailer. Personally, I wouldn’t really move it around very often unless I needed to.

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Red Mountain 34′ Tiny House by Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes

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