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This is the story of Route Del Sol, an all-electric, solar-powered motorhome. This DIY motorhome build is very likely the most powerful solar-powered campervan in the world today and this is how it came to be.

Since that very first exchange with the ticket booth operator, I have grown much better at explaining just what it is I am driving. In the most technical way possible (for me) I exclaim that, this is a fully electric 2010 International EStar, it’s an ex-Pacific Gas & Electric owned cargo van converted into a DIY solar-powered electric campervan.”

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Building the world’s most powerful solar campervan

By Joel Hayes and Keegan Taccori

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This is the story of Madelyn and Caleb and their van that they imported from Japan. They spent two months renovating it, and hit the road! It’s a 1993 Toyota van that they completely refurbished inside-out. It has a happy and vintage look to it and I think they did a really nice job of personalizing it for themselves.

So far, they’ve been on the road for over 5 months and love it! They’re traveling with their cat and are enjoying a once in a lifetime experience they will likely cherish forever. You can follow them on @patchworkcanteen on Instagram! What do you think of their bus and lifestyle? Pretty awesome, isn’t it?

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Couple Import Toyota Van From Japan, Spend 2 Months Converting It, And Have Been Living/Traveling In It For Over 5 Months

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This is the story of a couple in their 30’s who are mortgage and debt-free after building their own DIY tiny house on wheels. According to the Tiny Home Tours/YouTube interview and tour, it took them about 9 months to build and they have been living in it for over two years now.

They even added an amazing deck to expand their living space outside. This really makes having friends over nice, doesn’t it? Way to go Ericka and Jason for going tiny and being debt-free in your 30’s! That’s the way to do it!

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30’s Couple Mortgage And Debt-free After Building Their Own Tiny Home

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This is the story of Carol and her tiny house. She has been through a lot, more than anyone should ever have to in one life, losing her home, son, and pets to the camp fires in Paradise, California. This is the story and tour of her tiny home on wheels thanks to the Tiny Home Tours YouTube Channel.

I’m a Camp Fire Survivor from Paradise Ca. Living a new and blessed life in Oregon!

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After Insurmountable Losses To Fires In Paradise California, She Rebuilds Her Life With A Tiny House…

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This is the story of Tyshae and her realized dream to live in a tiny house. She had been dreaming and wanting to live in her own tiny home since she was 11-years-old.

So she left California and moved into this wonderful tiny home village in Texas. Here’s the full tour and story behind her tiny house and her new simple lifestyle. Enjoy this story thanks to our friends at Tiny Home Tours/YouTube!

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She Fulfills Her Childhood Dream By Moving Into a Tiny House

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This is the story of Nate and his box truck tiny house conversion. Originally, he bought the 1989 Ford E350 for $9,250. The best part is that it only had 33K miles on it. Turns out, it wasn’t really being driven very much, it was being used as a mostly stationary bunkhouse/cabin in Auburn.

So Nate proceeded to gut it so he could start a new build from scratch. Now it’s completely customized and features redwood inside, a lift kit, 4-wheel drive conversion, a DIY composting toilet, and much more. There’s a lot we can learn from Nate below so please enjoy and let us know what you learned from his story and his box truck tiny house conversion in the comments. Thanks.

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He Bought A Used Box Truck And Turned It Into His DIY 4×4 Motorhome

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This is the story of Bob and Susan’s Tiny House!

It’s how they ended up building a Tumbleweed tiny house of their own and why they built it. So here it goes… Enjoy!

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Bob and Susan’s Tiny House Story and Tour (Exclusive Interview)

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This is the story of a single mother and her daughter living in a tiny house in a Lake Dallas Tiny Home Community. Their tiny house was built by Indigo River Tiny Homes.

Isn’t it great how communities like this are continuing to rise all over the country? I think so. Anyway, Micah and her daughter Ryan live in this tiny house with their pets too! The plan is to gift the tiny home to her daughter when she’s ready for college, so she won’t have to rent a dorm room. Pretty cool, right?

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Single Mother/Daughter Tiny House Living in Texas Tiny Home Community

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This custom tiny house was designed built by Summit Tiny Homes for Liza (pronounced Lisa).

She was looking for an affordable cottage to enjoy with her two daughters in the short term, and for a home she could relax and retire in later on. She called it The Magnolia after her mom’s favourite tree.

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Her Tiny House Can Sleep Up To 9 People!

Magnolia Tiny House Tour 1

Image © Exploring Alternatives

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