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Creative Animals Of Past Eras At The Dinosaur National Monument

January 6th, 2017|

"For both of us, dinosaurs have always been fascinating." Tim was full of enthusiasm and boyish wonder as we crossed through the west gate of Dinosaur National Monument. Located on the southeast flank of the Uinta Mountains on the border between Colorado and Utah at the confluence of the Green and Yampa Rivers sits Dinosaur National Monument. An amazing location [...]

Buying A Truck To Haul Your Tiny House

January 3rd, 2017|

There are a number of unspoken conversations in the tiny house world. Well, they are talked about, just not in "polite" company. Those topics range from sawdust toilets to dirty dishwater to trucks big enough to tow a house. Those sort of topics can just deter some from delving deeper into the modern tiny house movement. But what about buying [...]

Taking A Hike Through 2016 And Sequoia National Park

December 29th, 2016|

As the year is coming to an end, we are definitely excited for all things to come in 2017. Yet, we are getting nostalgic and looking back on the year that has brought us to this point, including all the adventures we had along the way. So, we thought we would share one of our favorite adventures to one of [...]

CARL Takes His Seat At The Youth Ocean Conservation Summit

December 23rd, 2016|

It's no secret how much we love the water. Between snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, and just plain exploring, we are both deeply tied to the sea. Imagine our excitement then when we were asked to present at the 2016 Youth Ocean Conservation Summit. Uniting over 200 youth and adults from across the country, empowering young people with the knowledge and [...]

Mother Earth Brewery & Spirits LEEDs The Way In Kinston, NC

December 20th, 2016|

In a city of just 25,000 there exists a pioneer. This pioneer is not a human rights leader or a politician or even a medical professional. This pioneer is a brewmaster. Born out of a love for organic vegetable gardening and beer making, Mother Earth Brewery is the brainchild of Kinston, North Carolina residents Trent Mooring and Stephen Hill, and [...]

Exploring Joshua Tree

December 12th, 2016|

As 2016 is coming to an end we are looking forward to the launch of our 50-city U.S. tour that launches January 2017. Before we move forward though we want to take a look back at the exciting year that brought us to this point. And what a year it has been filled with adventure and new experiences. In honor [...]

Sustainability In The Eyes Of A High Schooler

November 29th, 2016|

Three weeks ago I met a team of incredible people that are so on fire for educating the world on wonderful it is and how possibly terrible (or at least irresponsible) we are as humans. What a twisted concept? How dare she say humans are bad? After spending some time thinking about the comment though I realize that it wasn't [...]

Five Unexpected Things To Look Out For When Traveling In Your Tiny House On Wheels

November 15th, 2016|

When living and traveling full time in a tiny house on wheels a number of situations arise that may not at all do so in a more traditional home on a foundation. Each time you take to the open road you are driving your vehicle, towing your home, and bringing your worldly possessions along for the ride. It can be [...]

South Lenoir High School Open House: November 8th, 2016

November 11th, 2016|

This is an opportunity for our students. It is a "combination of social conditioning, habit, and co-dependency, education. They know sustainably but not the practicality of it," says Ag Tech instructor Jean Smith, who along with several of her classes toured our tiny house and talked with us about more sustainable options in the tech fields. What an interesting thought, right? [...]

St. Mary’s College of Maryland Open House

October 27th, 2016|

After breaking in the new tiny house in Pennsylvania for a few weeks, I got a call from my friend, Kelly who thought it would be a wonderful idea if we brought our tiny house to St. Mary’s College of Maryland where she works. She mentioned that there was a wonderful Environmental Studies Department where a large group of students [...]

Moving Our Tiny House For The First Time

October 18th, 2016|

In our imagination moving our new tiny home on wheels didn't seem like that big of a deal, until the day came to move it for the first time. Even though I kept telling Stephanie, "I'm as calm as a cucumber", my hands on the steering wheel told a different story! Earlier that day, we drove a half hour from [...]

SCUBAPRO Helps Turn The Deep Blue Bright Green

September 11th, 2016|

The news media - environmental and otherwise - often cast a shadow of despair on our oceans and waterways. We are bombarded by negative headlines showcasing topics like coral bleaching and cetacean beaching. If coral bleaching is an altogether unfamiliar concept, imagine white, bleached-out coral reefs rather than the colorful images made popular by National Geographic photographers and Jacques Cousteau [...]

Tiny House Build Update: August Edition

August 29th, 2016|

The 84 Lumber: Tiny Living tiny house on wheels we are soon to call home is coming along quickly and better than we could expect. We started planning our life on the road a few years ago so as the tour becomes more real we found ourselves touring and examining more RVs and more tiny houses than ever before. We [...]

Top 3 Takeaways From The Tiny House Jamboree

August 9th, 2016|

Two summers ago, Darin Zaruba, a seasoned veteran in the modular home and park model industry but a relative newcomer in the tiny house movement, had an idea of hosting a celebration of tiny houses. He initially dubbed it the “Sturgis of the tiny house world” and expected five or six-thousand people to show up. In a coup de force [...]


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