Video credit: Fy Nyth (translation: My Nest)
Ariel, the owner of Fy Nyth, documented her Tumbleweed through all four seasons in Wyoming. It’s inspiring to watch how this Tiny House RV stands sturdy throughout a rough winter and then beams with pride come spring! Ariel powers her Tumbleweed with solar and grows her own food. She’s very busy planting her garden in the spring, and she writes about homesteading on her blog.
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Photo credit: Tiny House Oklahoma
Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweeping down the plain, and offers incredible views of wildflowers!!! This photo was taken somewhere in rural Oklahoma, where the owner uses his Tumbleweed Elm for full-time travel.
Photo credit: Appalachian Tiny
Spring isn’t just about flowers. It’s also about loving the color green and watching things grow (everything but our houses)! The above photo was taken in the Virginia countryside, where Kristin and Evan park their Tumbleweed Cypress.
Mt. Hood Tiny House Village experienced an unusually long winter, but the season is finally starting to change. These five Tumbleweed rentals are soaking up the sun, and experiencing new guests every weekend. In fact, the hotel is booked almost solidly through the summer! To find out more about this Oregon Tiny House Hotel, click here.
Spring is in full swing in Austin, Texas, but I think they refer to it as the beginning of “barbecue season.” Several Tumbleweeds have just become available for rent at Austin’s Original Tiny House Hotel, and they’ll book very fast! Don’t miss your opportunity to try a Tiny House RV on for size in this incredible town. For more info, click here.
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Article written by Jenna Spesard
Jenna Spesard built a Tumbleweed in 2014 and traveled with it for one year. She clocked over 25,000 miles, and now parks in a Tiny House Village in Oregon. She writes about the Tiny House Movement on her blog “Tiny House Giant Journey.”