This 70 sq. ft. Micro Home was built by students at the Green Mountain college's " Renewable Energy and Ecological Designs" class as a school project. It is totally self-sustaining with solar power, composting toilet, a sleeping loft, a tiny wood burning stove, and a brilliant rain catchment innovation. It can be pulled on an 8x10 trailer, or loaded into the back of a pick up truck. Gotta love it ! CLICK HERE for more amazing pictures and info.
When the economy crashed and Jaclyn was being forced from her home due to foreclosure, she knew she wanted more than just a roof over her head. She wanted to travel, and have adventures, but didn't want to live in an RV. She wanted her home to be soul inspiring and nurturing, but needed to create it on a shoe-string budget. So, with minimal funds and a little help from her friends, she built her tiny traveling sanctuary.
In this blog, you'll find the story of Jaclyn's journey from foreclosure to Living Large, Tiny in her Gypsy Island Sanctuary.
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