Tiny Homes on the Move by Lloyd Kahn

I’ve only spent a few hours so far with the book and it’s already sent me into dreaming about adventures and alternate ways of living out on the road. This is a book full of joy, adventure, and high spirits. It is colorful, and imaginative, and these competent and artistic owners/builders will inspire others with their unique homes and lives.

Tiny Homes on the Move: Wheels and Water chronicles modern nomads — people who inhabit homes that are compact and mobile, either on wheels or in the water. In photos and stories, this fascinating book explores modern travelers who live in vans, pickup trucks, buses, trailers, sailboats, and houseboats that combine the comforts of home with the convenience of being able to pick up and go at any time. With over 1,000 color photos accompanying the stories and descriptions of these moveable sanctuaries, this is a valuable and inspirational book for anyone thinking outside the box about shelter.

There are some 90 tiny homes here, either rolling on the road or floating in the water. About half of them are lived in full-time; the other half are used part-time, for trips of varying lengths upon life’s highways and waterways. This book follows our best-selling book Tiny Homes: Simple Shelter and describes nomadic life in the 21st century.

In the wheels category are vans, pickup trucks with camper shells, house trucks, school buses, trailers, and cycles. In the water section are sailboats and houseboats.

There are stories that go along with each home.

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1 Comment on “Tiny Homes on the Move by Lloyd Kahn

  1. These trailers are so light I would say its perfect for being pulled by a large motorcycle but from what I have found they are not sold in states. They are not very cheap price wise but seem to better constructed then others of similar size and this even has a built in kitchen. I’m sure a person with the extra money to spare could purchase one and have it delivered here to the states.

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