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This is Tal and Nao’s Rainforest Yurt!

It’s a 32 ft traditional canvas yurt that has been modified for the West Coast climate by adding a shingled roof, wooden siding, and extra insulation.

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Tal and Nao’s Rainforest Wooden-Yurt

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This is the story of my stay in the Mount Dora Tiny House! It’s an Escape Vista Boho tiny house on wheels that’s beautifully stationed in Mount Dora, Florida, a beautiful little town near Orlando.

So in early March, I got to stay here! It was the first time in a while that I have gotten to spend the night in a tiny house on wheels, and the first time ever getting to stay in an ESCAPE. So I was super excited, and it went great. I actually did a video all about it that you can enjoy below. It’s been a while since I made a tiny house video like this, but I did spend a lot of time editing it, so I sure hope you enjoy it.

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I Stayed In The Mount Dora Tiny House in Florida

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This is to let you know that Levi Kelly/YouTube has released a video tour of the amazing silo fairytale cottage (also known as the Santarella) that we’ve blogged about previously out of Tyringham, Massachusetts. Remember this one?

It looks like something out of a movie! In fact, according to Levi Kelly, Disney has plans to film there soon! So yes, it’s THAT enchanting! Anyway please enjoy the video tour thanks to Levi Kelly/YouTube, who by the way, has also been doing films on various other amazing tiny homes. More on that below!

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Fairytale Silo Cottage VIDEO TOUR w/ Levi Kelly

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This is the story of a family of 8 and their bendy bus conversion!

It does 5 and a half miles per gallon but considering it weighs 26 tons, carries 30 days worth of water, and is completely ready for boon-docking, it’s really not bad. Especially when considering the completely unforgettable experience they’re creating together as a family. Their great-great-grandchildren will easily be talking about this. So what do you think? Too big or too cool?

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Family of 8 Living and Traveling in Huge (And Rare) Converted Bendy Bus

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This is the story of Kahla and Gary, and the tiny house they’re living in out of Durango, Colorado in a tiny house community.

They met while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, decided to hike it together, and proceeded to move into Kahla’s tiny house together because she was already building it with the help of her parents. From time to time, they still live out of their backpacks.

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Couple Met Hiking And Followed to Move Into a Tiny House Together

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This is the story of Jenna Spesard and she built a tiny house so that she can pursue her passion and dreams thanks to Tiny House Expedition/YouTube.

As Jenna puts it, tiny homes are dream fulfillment vehicles. She built her tiny house to pursue her passions for journalism and travel. The result: an amazing tiny house giant journey, from 25,000 miles of THOW travel to countless trips around the world. Along the way, Jenna has shared her personal tiny living experience and all kinds of tiny houses to inspire others to live their best lives.1

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She Built Her Tiny House As A Tool To Fulfill Her Dreams, “A Dream Fulfillment Vehicle”

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This is a tiny house story session over beers with Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey and Alexis and Christian of Tiny House Expedition.

It’s really fun and insightful getting to sit alongside these wonderful tiny house people who have traveled thousands and thousands of miles with their tiny homes in tow and get to listen in and absorb some of their knowledge and experience! And, they’re super fun, too. Enjoy…

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Beers with Tiny Houser Jenna Spesard of Tiny House Giant Journey Alongside Alexis and Christian of Tiny House Expedition

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Measuring just 20 feet long, the Mica cabin by Cabinscape has a surprising amount of comfort and convenience.

We went to film a full tour of Mica cabin this summer and the first thing we fell in love with was the double bed on the main floor.  How nice is it to have an option to sleep on the main level (next to the bathroom!) without having to climb up and down a ladder?  Unless you want a bit more privacy, or to have guests, in which case there is a second bed in the loft. The ladder is attached to the wall in a bunkbed style and there is an extra handle on the wall to make it easier to get up and down.

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20-ft. Mica Cabin with Dual Beds And A Garage Door Window by Cabinscape in Ontario

CABINSCAPE – Off Grid Tiny House Tour 1

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This is the story of Northern California’s Delta Bay Tiny House Community.

In the video by Kirsten Dirksen on YouTube, you’ll get to meet four tiny house residents and tour their tiny homes. You’ll also get to learn more about the community. Enjoy!

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NorCal’s Legal Tiny House Community – Delta Bay

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Images via Kirsten Dirksen/YouTube

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