When this woman wanted to find a better and more affordable housing solution she decided to go with a triple axle Tumbleweed Tiny House on Wheels built by The Shed Yard in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
It’s fully off-grid with solar panels and all and is 24′ long and 7.5′ wide to make room for road legal overhangs. The sleeping loft even features dormers to increase spaciousness inside.
Right now Ariel, the tiny home owner, is happily living in her house in the mountains of Wyoming with no plans of moving anytime soon. But if plans change, isn’t it pretty awesome that she can take her house with her? She named her tiny house Fy Nyth which, in Old English, means the nest. Isn’t that nice? Please enjoy, visit her blog for more info and re-share below. Thank you!
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