From the outside it looks like an ordinary travel trailer. But once you step inside, you realize it’s been nicely converted into a tiny home that’s easy to tow and since it literally is an RV, it’s easy to find a place to stay using campgrounds and RV parks. So what do you think about a travel tailer renovation like this?
11-Year-Old Lauren thought this summer might be a drag because of COVID-19, but she made her own adventure when she spent the $400 she had saved up to buy an old camper! With the help of friends and family, she renovated the space into the ultimate pre-teen clubhouse for a total of just $800.
The adorable tiny house has four bunks in the back for sleepovers, and a bathroom and full kitchen! I’m sure if she decides to sell it someday, she could even make a profit. For now, she’s enjoying the fruit of her labor. Watch the local news coverage video below to hear from Lauren — she’s quite the inspiration.
Thanks to James D. for sending this great story to us!
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