Yes… they are real and you spend the night in one. To learn more visit the Hatteras Sands Campground website and find them on Facebook. Photo by FBrinbson.
“The cottages have air conditioning, a pull out queen size bed downstairs and two twin beds upstairs. Sleeps 4 comfortably. There is a small refrigerator, microwave and TV. Outside of each of the cottages is a water spicket and a warm water shower. There are no bathrooms in the cottages. However, there is a very nice newly renovated bathhouse close by the cottages.” – Hatteras Sands Campground
Ryan’s dream of building a tiny house is coming true – some assembly required. He’ll be building himself a modified Tumbleweed Fencl.
“Over four years ago I discovered Tiny Houses and fell in love with them. I have always been fascinated with alternative housing, from the time I was a boy I built countless forts in the woods. So we have arrived, I will be building my Tiny House starting in just a few short weeks!”
Follow along at The Tiny Life.
Ryan reports on his experience at a Tumbleweed tiny house workshop.
“Today I traveled to Raleigh, NC to check out Jay Shaffer’s Tiny House Workshop, which is designed to teach people how to build their own Tiny Home. When I walked into the meeting room, I knew we would have a good number of people, but I didn’t expect to have over 50 people here!” – Ryan
via The Tiny Life , Archive » Day One – Tiny House Workshop.
Ryan, from TheTinyLife.com, is organizing a tiny house meetup in Charlotte, North Carolina. He’s already lined up some great potential tours and topics. He’s still looking for people that are interested in contributing or participating. Get in touch with Ryan through his blog.
Organizing a Tiny House Meetup in Charlotte, NC
The folks at fair companies have been putting together many great videos, including some that feature tiny houses. This video shows a 150 square foot tiny cob house being built by interns at North Carolina’s Pickards Mountain Eco-Institute.
Modern Hobbit House