|it's pretty cute!|
|king size loft above; bathroom to the left; small bed to the right|
|front door on the left; kitchen on the right; another king-sized loft|
It's north of Seattle though (we are currently thoroughly enjoying an hour south of Sea-town)... and it's in a trailer park. =| But apparently it's a tiny trailer park (meaning, not too many trailers), and there's a pretty good view of Puget Sound.
We would have free rent on the land if we agreed to do some basic grounds-keeping and we would have free access to a laundry room as long as we keep it clean. WIN!
Yes, that is a pretty big drawback to this "RV," there's no washer/dryer unit. But, hey, possibly $12,000 and we OWN A HOME.... it's a start at least. =)
Oh, right, I suppose it bears mentioning that we are trying to get away from money. We are purposely low-income. It's a little bit of a struggle sometimes, but I think it's important for remembering what's really important in life. Maybe it's just a phase in our life and our kids are "lucky" enough to go along for the ride.
Living in a trailer park... I'm not that excited about though. Even though the house is built on a trailer, I don't really feel like it's actually a trailer. It's a tiny house, which is decidedly more epic.
|A *Tiny House,* NOT a trailer ;)|
The ultimate goal is to own land, move the trailer there, and maybe experiment with an earth bag home or a Mongolian ger, or even building another house from scratch with recycled/local materials. =D
|Outside of a Mongolian ger|
STEP 1: Create Blog
STEP 2: ???
STEP 3: Profit!
I didn't make a post here on the Daily blog yesterday because I was busy making a post for the other blog, Technicolor Typecast. Perhaps I should have just made a post and linked it, but that is in the past now, so too bad. =) I've been very busy doing ???