James and Kristen headed back to New England after a winter in Texas in their tiny house. The trip was mostly uneventful and took just three long days of driving. The main downside was that it cost them about $1,000 in gas. For the complete story visit their blog.
Here’s a great little 12x12x12 cube tiny house from British Columbia, Canada. The creator has packed a lot of function and sophistication into this tiny space and is now offering to build tiny houses just like it for clients.
James and Kristen have moved into their tiny house but have been encountering tough milestones as they work to make their great escape. I really admire these folks and have been impressed with their strength as they overcome each challenge. I suspect the light at the end of the tunnel is getting bigger and brighter for them and looking forward to seeing how their story develops once they are settled into their new tiny home and head out for Texas.
James and Kristen are making quick and steady progress on their new tiny house. It’s a custom design of their own creation with an asymmetrical gable roof that should provide extra head room in the loft.
It’s always exciting and inspiring to find someone else taking the leap into simple living. James and Kristen have begun to build custom designed tiny house on a trailer. Their blog contains many details on their research and the challenges they’ve been facing along the way.