Going back to the 30s-40s, “mobile homes” began to excel when some small companies combined attention to detail with modern materials to fit the demand of recreation after WWII. A “vintage trailer” park in Oregon has restored some of these all-time classics. The Vintages Trailer Resort is technically a street of classic mobile homes for […]
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UCDsElQQt_gCZ9LgnW-7v-cQ Park Delta Bay advertises as “the only legal Tiny House community in Northern California”. There are now 10 tiny homes on wheels parked here – among 65 long-term residents – on this former KOA campground that now offers RV parking and cabin rentals. To park your tiny house here, it has to be built […]
UCDsElQQt_gCZ9LgnW-7v-cQ Nadise wanted to live in a small and affordable home, but she doesn’t like apartments (she grew up on the 20th floor and wants to be more grounded) and she doesn’t like all the rules of trailer parks (especially concerning private gardens). So when she found a retro RV for rent in a backyard […]
UCDsElQQt_gCZ9LgnW-7v-cQ Paul Elkins fell for micro-camping in 2002 when he toured the country in his cabover “stealth camper”. Sure he could make something more affordable, this year he began building a nomadic micro-shelter based on the Airstream design. [Downloadable plans: http://www.elkinsdiy.com/plans/ ] Using 4 recycled fluted-plastic campaign signs from a recent election, a $20 secondhand […]
UCDsElQQt_gCZ9LgnW-7v-cQ Kim Harmsen crossed the country by RV when she was married, but now single she built herself a tiny home on wheels, hitched it to her truck and departed Minnesota to find a new home state (or states). It took her three years to build, but her tiny mobile home provides a security, particularly […]