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Chris and Chris McClory know that life is a work in progress… and so is their tiny house! They are enjoying the journey and excited to share that it with you.
Bob and Vicki Heavirland are excited to share the original tiny house on wheels- first designed in 1884. Learn more about the Sheepherder’s Camp Wagon on Facebook.
Tiny House Ministries
Curtis and Hany White are on a mission to provide tiny houses as an alternative solution for homeless and those in need. Follow the progress of Hope on Facebook. Matthew 25:40.
The Davis family home features off-grid capability and gives the family the of 3, soon to be 4, the ability to travel regularly. Follow their adventures at MidwestWanderers.com.
DIY Tiny Camper
Tom Sem’s DIY Tiny Camper is 70 sq. ft. and easily towable at only 730 lbs. Check out Facebook for more pics and videos and learn how you can build one for only about $1,100!
Tracy Boeyink is creating a Refuge. She’s choosing green manufactured products and avoiding petrochemical-based materials.Follow her progress on Facebook and visit TinyFest to tour the finished (or nearly finished) project.
Off-Grid Home on Wheels
Mike Gingerich, otherwise known as “Puzzle Mike”, built his solar powered home-away-from-home to live in during the months he is on the road. Mike travels to major festivals around the country and sells handcrafted puzzles.
Built On The Fly
Most people take months and months to build their tiny houses, Nicholas Donlin has challenged himself to build his THOW in just 3 days! Nicholas’ build will take place July 21-23. Follow his progress on Facebook.
Raven McGinnity, a clinical, bioregional herbalist, is preparing to go tiny in with her partner, Oaken, and their 4 children. Their skoolie is not just a home, it’s also a small apothecary. Learn more at Facebook.
Tiny Hell On Wheels
Hilarie Kaczetow built her THOW to suit her lifestyle. It features a glitter countertop, climbing rope and a greenhouse! Her self-sufficient home has water tanks, solar panels, wood stove, propane cooktop. Follow her Instagram to see more.
1938 Class Act School Bus
Randy and Vickie Roeber have dedicated over 5,000 hours to converting a 1938 Dodge School Bus they pulled from the woods south of West Bend, Iowa into a one-of-a-kind home on wheels. The Roebers love to share their project and have won numerous award at car shows for their Class Act bus! See the amazing interior at TinyFest Midwest.
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