He shows off his
Luckily, there is a shower after all. Right above the toilet so it's like a walk in bidet.
And at roughly $40,000, it's hardly a bargain compared to these other, larger
Obviously, he needs someplace with water hookup. A series of friend's homes where he can use their garden hose while he is parking his
I don't want to know what he does for sewage.
He said it himself that many people are buying them as play and guest houses in their backyard. People who can afford to spend that much on a 'toy' aren't worried about downsizing anytime soon.
It's fine and dandy for him. He's choosing to live there. Many people can't.
People in occupations such as mechanics, carpenters and other tradesmen can have up to several thousand dollars worth of tools. A 6' x 20'
He can call it a tiny house all he wants but be real. It is a glorified travel trailer. If that's his version of sustainable living then my in-laws practice sustainable living every winter by traveling down to Texas. Entire communities in Arizona thrive on sustainable living throughout the winter.
An old concept repackaged with a new name and labeled 'green' doesn't make living in a trailer any more appealing. Regardless of the cost.
P.S. Just realized I made it all the way through this without a single tornado in a trailer park joke.