The first portion of the Creative Animal Tour is officially complete!

The Creative Animal tour influenced countless people across the United States to ponder how they could live more sustainably on a daily basis. Whether they were inspired to downsize their home, or simply reduce their impact by managing their electricity usage, water consumption, plastic waste; tour attendees walked away having seen practical solutions to many problems that face modern Homo sapiens today.

Though we didn’t meet our goal of one million people on leg one, we did have some impressive numbers:

– 50,000+ visitors to tour our tiny home & hear our message

– Over 50 programs held at universities, museums, zoos, and festivals

– We covered over 13,000 miles, 29 states, and 1 Canadian province

– Documented our journey through surveys and on film and captured a snapshot of America’s views on sustainability

We are currently working hard to create the next portion of this project. When it’s ready, we’ll want to share it with as many people as possible to help conserve and protect our natural world through our daily actions. If you want join our Troop and stay in the loop, join our newsletter:





This is more than just a tiny-home on-wheels. It’s more than just our tour-bus. Or even our living quarters, office, or studio. This structure is at the cross-roads of being a dynamic art installation, a traveling museum exhibit, and a personal residence where it’s occupants invite the public in – to have a conversation.

These are rare things today’s world. Not only is does this project involve something private in a public setting (a home), but it also allows for the type of conversations we have in our homes to be had in public.

Tim and Steph have invited over 50,000 people into their home. And, regardless of race, religion, sex, or political stance – they have used this tiny home as a mobile metaphor for the tiny home that we all share – planet Earth – and had conversations about how we can all live, work, and play – more sustainably in that home.


Our beautiful tiny house on wheels was built by the talented crew at 84 | Tiny Living. We worked closely with their GreenEdge Supply division as well as their design team to customize our home so it would be eco-friendly and sustainable as possible.

  • 24’W x 8’5″ x 13’4″
  • 12,250 lbs.
  • Reclaimed wood siding from Joe Hardy’s 100+ year old barn
  • Reclaimed wood butcher block counter tops
  • Energy saving LED lighting
  • Low-E Windows by United Window
  • Energy Star Refrigerator
  • ONDUVILLA roofing
  • Eco-Bamboo flooring
  • Nature’s Head composting toilet
  • Low VOC Paints & Stains
  • Repurposed bathroom sink



Tiny House Big Living

In 2017 we were honored to be featured on the HGTV and DIY Network’s popular program Tiny House, Big Living. To see the episode click on the logo above. NOTE: unfortunately, tyere is no free version of the episode at this time. The link will take you to YouTube where the episode can be purchased for $1.99. If you have a cable package, you can look for us on either of these channels, Tiny House, Big Living: Season 4 Episode 4 – Tiny Zoo House


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tour – noun
1. a journey in which several different places are visited.
2. a journey made by performers, in which they perform or play in several different places.
3. a period of duty on military or diplomatic service.