The website publishes articles about (and often by) intrepid adventurers, experienced travelers, intentional nomads and dedicated minimalists (among others!). They'd done a popular "Vanlife Nomads" graphic, featuring 79 full-time van dwellers. They asked us to be part of the follow-up, "35 Inspiring Houses and the Families Living There."
Besides us, you'll see the homes of people who have lived in their tiny houses for more than five years, as well as homes still under construction. (At two years plus, we fit right in the middle!) You'll see a few families, but mostly couples and solo dwellers. I love looking at the geography of this tiny house nation as represented in the graphic: coast to coast and border to border in the U.S. (or close), plus some international homes. We, the tiny house nation, live in backyards and trailer parks, on private land and on the road, in rented space and on farmland. And, with zoning and building codes slowly evolving, I think the citizens of this nation will only swell.
Bill and I picked out a couple of our favorites, but I agree that all 35 are inspiring. As MightyGoods puts it: "Living in a tiny house is one of the best choices you can make if you want to get the best out of life, travel more and have more experiences! Instead of spending all your time, money and energy on some big mansion, you will be able to focus on the things that are really important for you."
All pictures courtesy of MightyGoods.com