The folks at Tiny House Tours recently visited with Megan and got the full tour of the fire truck she converted into a tiny house by herself. She and her daughter are living full time on the road.
Megan bought the truck for $2000 and did all the work herself with some advice from her dad. The truck is off-grid, has a simple 4-jug water system, small functional kitchen, and basic toilet setup. They use campground showers for bathing. For more amazing video tours like this subscribe to Tiny House Tours on YouTube. To learn more about Megan, follow her adventures on Instagram.
Video and image by Tiny House Tours.
2 thoughts on “Single Mom Converted a Fire Truck into a Tiny Home”
Your space is awesome, Megan! I’d love to see more detail on the hemlock countertops– how thick; how did you finish them (is it a foodsafe surface?) and how are they attached and sealed to the wall? (They’re beautiful and I want to make one like them!)
Megan everything you did to that space is awesome. I dont know where you live but I would love to live in a tiny space. Im in a small apartment with my puppy and I love it but something of my own would be nice.I guess im asking do you know who I would ask to get me started
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