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Emily and Erica were looking for a vacation property in Joshua Tree and came across this awesome cob tiny home. They were able to fix up the earthen home and add in an outdoor kitchen and bathroom to complete a “better-than-glamping” vacation experience.

While they block off days for their own vacations with family/friends, Emily & Erica also put the spot on Airbnb so we can all enjoy time there, too! Jenna over at Tiny House Giant Journey did an awesome video tour of the spot which you should check out below!

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They Bought & Renovated this Cob Glamping Spot

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This is the story of a brother, Sonny, who built an incredible teahouse eco dome for his brother, Tommy, who uses a wheelchair to get around and has a passion for tea.

It’s a 113 sq. ft. structure which they designed around recycled windows that they found for the project. Sonny used a simple method of construction using dirt, bags, and barbed wire. The total cost for the project was only $3,000. His brother enjoys the dome every day and offers private tea tastings out of it.

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Brother Builds Amazing Backyard Teahouse For His Brother

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This is Jenna’s dreamy tiny house in the woods!

It’s a rustic cabin in Clinton, Washington that you can rent for vacation through Airbnb. And yes, it’s the famous tiny house on wheels from the popular YouTube channel, Tiny House Giant Journey.

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Airbnb Tiny House In The Woods near Seattle

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Images via Jenna/Airbnb

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This is the story of Scott’s 400-sq.-ft. whimsical treehouse named Sir Cedric that he built he built in his backyard as his passion project. And best of all, he built it with mostly reclaimed materials.

The even better part? You can actually stay here and experience the place yourself! Does it get better? Yes, because Jenna over at Tiny House Giant Journey already did that and she’s here to share the experience with you! Enjoy…

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Meet Sir Cedric, The Magical Tree House in Ferndale, Washington

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This is the story of a couple (Sam and Lily, of Zions Tiny Oasis) who decided to sell their regular house so that they could build their own tiny home on wheels to park on their own property to live a simpler life.

They never really intended for it to become what it is now, but as they started sharing what they were doing, people began to ask when they could come and stay in the tiny house they were building. And I suppose that was the moment that their tiny house vacation village was born. It’s a tiny house hotel called Zions Tiny Oasis just outside of Zion National Park in Utah. And it’s covered here thanks to Jenna over at Tiny House Giant Journey/YouTube. Check it out!

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How They Ended Up Starting A Tiny House Vacation Village

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This is the story of how Jenna designed and built her own downstairs bedroom in her tiny house by designing and building a simple DIY futon in the couch nook of her tiny house.

She used an idea from a skoolie bus tour she did (you can watch it right here on her YouTube channel) to make the bed work. We also did a post about it here you can check out. It’s pretty cool! You can learn exactly how she did it in the video below and she has many more videos on her channel. What do you think?

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Jenna’s Main-floor Tiny House Bedroom Solution

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