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Scott and Ashley over at Hive Drive Bus just sent us an awesome video tour and vlog of their stay at the Eagle Feather Tipi near Las Vegas! This is such a cool tiny space located on a 160 acre ranch featuring everything from horse rides to rodeos.

The tipi sits on a spacious deck with a fire pit and outdoor couch. There’s a small outdoor kitchen with propane stove and sink for basic cooking, and an amazing outdoor shower with desert views. When you go inside you’ll find a queen-sized bed sitting in the center of the tipi, and a small floor seating area.

Enjoy the photo tour and videos below, and you can book your stay on Airbnb here.

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Relax in the Mojave Desert at the Eagle Feather Tipi

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This is a tiny house movement timeline… A brief history of tiny homes. How far back does the tiny house movement go? Some could argue that tiny homes have been here since the dawn of man. And it’s true, isn’t it? But for the purposes of this article, I’d like to start by skipping to the year 1854 because that’s the year that Henry David Thoreau published his book, Walden, after living in a 150-square-foot tiny cabin near Walden Pond on Ralph Waldo Emerson’s woodland property.

Little did he know, that he may be largely responsible for having sparked the giant tiny house movement that we are witnessing today. So please join me on a journey back in time, to explore the tiny homes of yesterday and see how they have inspired the tiny and small homes of today. And who knows, maybe we can figure out what the tiny homes of the future will be like? Let’s go…

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1854 – Henry David Thoreau publishes Walden while living in a 150-square-foot tiny cabin.


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This “tiny house” tipi is completely off the grid with solar for power, a wood stove for heat, a unique shower for hot water, and propane for cooking.

It was built by Stan and Kedarnathan who started the “Les Pieds sur Terre‘ eco-resort in Saint Calixte, Quebec, Canada.

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Magical Off-Grid Tipi Tiny House

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