I really wanted to reduce my carbon footprint, lower my bills and have a portable home. The Fortune Cookie has been a fantastic way to combine those elements.” – The Dreadnaught Darling
Continue reading about the The Dreadnaught Darling. Photos by Kera and Scott Haydon.
Today I began building my arched laminated rafters. I’m building a gypsy wagon, also known as a vardo. Over and over again I find myself drawn to little arch-topped houses, so I’ve decided to make one of my own.” – Lina Menard
Here’s a beautiful tiny house built by Abel from Zyl Vardos. Photo by Scott Haydon.
“I love my tiny house. If it was not for downsizing I would not be nearly as happy. My business would not have had such an opportunity to grow. I would not be in a community living situation that I absolutely adore. I would not have the opportunity to travel as much as I have. I am incredibly blessed by the adventure that has come to pass living in a small space.”
Visit Dreadnaught Darling and read about A Story About Living Small.
Pushkara Sally Ashford is on tour in this great little gypsy vardo that was hand crafted by long time tiny house builder Steve Habersetzer in collaboration with many other artisans.
SingPeace! Gypsy Vardo
Katy Anderson and Dee Williams are launching a new tiny house business, The Portland Little House Construction Co. Both Katy and Dee have a lot of tiny house living and building experience and I suspect the homes they build will rival Tumbleweed Tiny Houses in quality but will have a style all of their own.
Here’s a very uplifting story of a fellow named Scott who traded his larger home for a Vardo; a Gypsy styled tiny house on wheels. Scott is a carpenter and took his time to craft this wonderful little house over a period of three years.
Living in a Vardo