75 Year Old Man Travels World With Incredible House Truck

75 Year Old Man Travels World With Incredible House Truck

John, 75, is no stranger to building tiny homes, house trucks, expedition vehicles and DIY campers. In fact, he has designed and built twelve mobile alternative dwellings in the last 35 years!

Originally from Minnesota, John retired from the construction industry at 45 years old. With his wife and two kids, he decided to pursue a nomadic lifestyle. The family has traveled all over the world in John’s homemade RVs, homeschooling and adventuring. Instead of collecting belongings, John’s family has collected memories, experiences and photographs.

John’s House Truck is built on a Mitsubishi Fuso chassis and took only four weeks to construct. With two water tanks, an outdoor shower, solar panels, propane appliances and ample storage, John and his wife are able to travel to remote locations all over the world. Their most recent adventure lead them through some rugged terrain in South America and the next big trip will take the House Truck to Russia.

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Tiny House With Amazing Rooftop Balcony

Tiny House With Amazing Rooftop Balcony

Situated amongst the vast beauty of the Mojave Desert, the Peacock tiny house looks right at home. Built by Rob Millar, the house is filled with unique design features including an impressive roof-top balcony!

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Tiny House Floor Plans: 32′ Long Tiny Home on Wheels Design

Tiny House Floor Plans: 32′ Long Tiny Home on Wheels Design

Tiny House Floor Plans: 32′ Long Tiny Home on Wheels Design

I love tinkering around designing/building tiny houses especially as small as a house as possible but still have all the conveniences that you find in a ‘McMansion’.

I know the idea about tiny living is supposed to be living with less but if you can cram everything into a small- less than 300 sq. ft.- moveable home without making it claustrophobic…

Why not, right?

So here I’m showing you a 32′ long tiny house design I’ve recently finished working on. Let me know what ya think in the comments down below!

I’d also like to show you a 28′ design that’s obviously a bit shorter. It has less square footage but it could be used as a 3 bedroom young family tiny home or just a backyard guest building by utilizing two sleeping lofts. Check it out and let me know what you think below:
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Gypsy Tiny House on Wheels Tour

Gypsy Tiny House on Wheels Tour

Gypsy Tiny House on Wheels Tour

Tiny house on wheels with Susanne, my new gypsy friend! Take the tiny house tour and join the tiny house movement in our tiny house nation! This gypsy wagon is really cool. It’s very small. Just tiny! You may want to build a tiny house on wheels. See this gypsy tiny house also known as a vardo. Much better than a camper! Has style! It’s a real gypsy wagon you can live in on the road! Who knows Derek Deek Diedrickson? Not me! Don’t paint it yellow like a tini yellow house. Ugly! —————————–

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Off-Grid Tiny House in the North Carolina Mountains

Off-Grid Tiny House in the North Carolina Mountains

Laura and Matt built their tiny home on a mountain property in North Carolina. They used Tumbleweed tiny house plans but modified the design to fit on a foundation. Lugging their tools and materials up the hill, the construction of their tiny dream cabin was a tiring process. This tiny home was most definitely built with love!

Laura and Matt’s tiny home is completely off-grid. They draw power from their solar system and bring drinking water in by hand. The home is heated with a propane heater in the winter. Laura and Matt share the space with their cat, Piglet, and enjoy the solitude of their mountain surroundings.

Laura has written a book on tiny living and maintains an informational blog on the subject. She also speaks about her experience at events, such as the Tiny House Conference.

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