Portability is one of the advantages of owning a tiny house. While they may not be as easy to tow as a travel trailer – due to their weight and shape – they are more comfortable for year-round living. So while a tiny house move won’t be something done on the spur of the moment, with a little preparation and planning, a change of scenery is always an option.
Kyle and Jesse are in the midst of planning a move out to Victoria, BC, and they are looking for a new place to set up housekeeping.
“We’re looking for a place to host this little beauty in the Victoria, BC area come mid-September. We’re also open to other locations on the Island, if there’s a spot available. We don’t need much: a parking spot, water and electrical connections, and if possible a place to compost our composting toilet stuff. We’re easy-going people and flexible for a variety of arrangements. We’re hoping to be on the Island for at least a year, and possibly even longer.” – A Tiny House on the Prairies.
If you happen to know anyone in the area interesting in hosting them you can find contact info on their blog, A Tiny House on the Prairies.
The fact is we’re not tiny house people we’re people living in tiny houses …..all people are unique living our own lives in our own fashion there is no requirement for greenness amongst us just the standard requirements of living in a civilized society treat others fairly with an open mind with a wide view..open mind ….without judgement …….it a great way to live I highly recommend you give it a try :-))
Sincerley ….a tiny house dweller
Love to see you on an adventure ……I’ve been living in my tiny house since November I work out of my house as a carpenter which means I “move” quite often I love the ever changing scenery the plan is to move to Maui in the coming years.
Best wishes for you on your adventure :-))