Dylan Magaster recently visited Linsey in Morocco where she created a Tiny House cottage and eco village from bdobe brick with the help of Work Away team members. Work Away promotes volunteering, family exchanges, homestays, farmstays, working holidays, travel buddies, language learning and cultural exchange. If you want to travel, learn, and work, check out Work Away.
I am a 61 year old English woman, settled in Morocco for the past three years. I am creating my own Nirvana with the help of like minded souls of all ages. Presently I share my space with 15 chucks (including rare breeds) , Lila my little Maltese cross, Booby out new puppy guard dog, and Cuzco as well as our potential ‘mouse catchers’ Lulu, NC and Teabag.
I am not an expert in natural building, self sufficiency or eco living, I enjoy working cooperatively, as part of an enthusiastic team, experimenting, and learning together to do the best we can.
Dylan Magaster visits with Philippe Leblond has been living in a van for over two years at the time this video was made. Philippe has traveled for years as a professional model, so a home that travels was a natural solution for him. Follow Philippe on Instagram. For more great videos like this subscribe to Dylan Magaster’s YouTube Channel. Photo and video by Dylan Magaster.
Dylan Magaster visits Vilson Bratovic who built his own stone tiny home in the village of Donje Raštane, Croatia. It was built using traditional methods but he lives in comfort with modern off-grid technology. Follow Dylan Magaster in YouTube for more great videos like this.
Jenna Spesard & Dylan Magaster have traveled all over North America interviewing folks that live alternative tiny lifestyles. In the two videos below they tour each other’s tiny living spaces.
Jenna lives in a tiny house that she’s traveled in for more than 25,000 miles. She’s currently living in Oregon but spends much of her time these days traveling the world. On her YouTube Channel you can find many (but not exclusively) Tiny House tours and interviews. Subscribe to Tiny House Giant Journey on YouTube.
Dylan lives in a van conversion. The van cost him $2,000 and the DIY conversion was just $3,500. So while his living space is not as comfortable as Jenna’s it gives him the freedom to travel and live the life her wants. On his channel you will find many (but not exclusively) VanLife tours and interviews. Subscribe to Dylan Magaster on YouTube.
Dylan Magaster visits Dabney & Alan’s tiny house fire lookout in Oregon. They had this 18’x18′ fire lookout built in 2009. It took about 90 days to build the shell, and another 90 days to finish the interior. Photos via the video by Dylan Magaster.
Beverly Hills didn’t make him happy, so he decided to leave the big house and move into the van and live a life of adventure. Philippe shares gives us a tour of his van and what he’s learned from 3 years of #VanLife in the video below.