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.

Full story: http://tinyhousegiantjourney.com/2015/08/25/house-truck/

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Frugal Self-Sufficiency Tip:Growing Herbs All Year Round

Frugal Self-Sufficiency Tip:Growing Herbs All Year Round

Here’s a great way to make use of extra space in your indoor plants so that you can have great, fresh herbs all year round!
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18 Year Old Student Builds Amazing Tiny House as School Project

18 Year Old Student Builds Amazing Tiny House as School Project

This student built her own Tiny House on wheels and now lives in her amazing home mortgage free!

Gabriella Grace was only 18 years old when she built her very own tiny house on wheels together with her father as part of a project for her final year of school. Now 20 years old, she has found an incredible spot for her home in New Zealand’s capital city of Wellington.

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16 Year Old Builds Tiny Home to Guarantee Mortgage-Free Future

16 Year Old Builds Tiny Home to Guarantee Mortgage-Free Future

Austin Hay is still in high school, but he’s building his own house. It’s only 130 square feet, but it makes him a homeowner without a mortgage at just 16 years old. Right now, it’s parked in his parents’ backyard, but he’s built it on wheels so he plans to take it to college and then wherever he goes after he graduates.

He’s been sleeping in his tiny home for a few months now and he’s already decided not to return to big (his parents’ home is 1800 square feet). “Living small means less bills, living big means more bills,” he explained from the tiny stoop of his new home. “I don’t want to pay big bills”.

Hay’s 130-square-foot home may make him the youngest member of the growing Small House Movement.

Hay expects to spend about ,000 building his home (the used trailer cost him 00) and he’s paying for it working two summer jobs (at a camp and at a park snack bar). He’s cut his costs in half (the home’s estimated DIY price is ,000) because Hay has scavenged everything from doors, windows and flooring to the kitchen sink (the hardwood floors were at a salvage yard and so was the stainless steel sink).

A follow-up video with Austin Hay with his finished home: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/teen-tiny-house-builder-austin-hay-finishes-dorm-on-wheels/

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