By the Numbers:

  • 3.5 Years on the Road

  • 53,000 Miles Traveled and Counting!

  • 37 States Visited + 1 Canadian Province

  • 30 Tiny Home Communities Visited

  • 16 National Parks Visited

  • Approx. 75,000 Visitors in our Tiny Home

  • 2 Completed Feature Length Documentaries (Living Tiny Legally Part 1 & 2—Part 3 in-production)

  • Hosted / Participated in 3 Dozen Community Events


Where We Are Now

Build Us Hope in Phoenix, AZ


Our tiny house road trip has been an extraordinary experience! 

The unexpected conversations and friendships that often form with those we meet at stops along the way is the one of the top highlights of our trip.

It’s not everyday you see a house traveling 55-65 miles per hour down the road. Each highway trip feels like an adventure, and a bit like a parade. There are always delightful reactions from fellow travelers, occasional honks, waves and countless thumbs up and picture taking. And pulling over for gas typically means chatting with curious bystanders. The movement is rapidly expanding and tiny houses are featured heavily on many popular shows and on a growing number of blogs... 

But surprisingly few people have experienced them in-person.

It's heartwarming to know we are spreading smiles and starting conversations where ever we go. A big takeaway: our traveling home is both our comfy ticket to adventure and delightful way to meet new people.

Today’s Tiny House Spot: new episode every Tuesday!

U-Haul, our generous truck sponsor and the ultimate DIY tiny house towing vehicle.

 We use a 17' or 20' box truck as our tow vehicle-- our mobile shed with tools, Bikes & paperwork. U-Haul is our generous truck sponsor.

We use a 17' or 20' box truck as our tow vehicle-- our mobile shed with tools, Bikes & paperwork. U-Haul is our generous truck sponsor.

 Gas Station Chats

Gas Station Chats

 Meeting the BICYCLE Journalists at a gas Station in Wyoming

Meeting the BICYCLE Journalists at a gas Station in Wyoming

 NEar the Grand Canyon

NEar the Grand Canyon

 Burning Man in the black rock desert in NV

Burning Man in the black rock desert in NV

An epic road trip wouldn't be an adventure without a misadventure or two...

Like the time we got flat tire on the way to Burning Man, or the time our wheels seized up and we had to limp it to a repair shop. What's remarkable about both experiences is the kindness of strangers we experienced. A stranger offered us help to fix the tire, and the shop let us hook-up our tiny for overnight parking.

 Emma Wood State Park in Ventura, CA

Emma Wood State Park in Ventura, CA


 With Mario Soto, Tiny House MD

With Mario Soto, Tiny House MD

 With Randi & Cody of The Best Little House in Texas

With Randi & Cody of The Best Little House in Texas

 Roadtrippers Crossing paths in Santa Cruz, WITH CAP'A

Roadtrippers Crossing paths in Santa Cruz, WITH CAP'A

 With Megan & Jeff of  Room to Spare TIny House

With Megan & Jeff of Room to Spare TIny House

 
We are travelers, nomads, alternative dwellers. This does not keep us from experiencing community. In fact, our community experience is incredible intimate and rich.

We are weaving a community network across the country— not defined by geographic boundaries but made strong through shared experiences, personal connections, open hearts & open minds.
— Alexis & Christian

Tiny House Storytelling 

Enjoy insights into our traveling life and stories from our travels


Our Travels Documented

@tiny_house_expedition

 


Highlights from Past Road Trip Stops:

June 2016, San Antonio

Construction Careers Academy's tiny house village

 a high school construction students built four quality tiny homes, each inspected by the city building inspector

a high school construction students built four quality tiny homes, each inspected by the city building inspector

May 2016, Austin

Community First! Village:

 TinyX arrives at community first! Village in Austin

TinyX arrives at community first! Village in Austin


February 2016, Llamalopolis

Tiny house & Airstream community in downtown Las Vegas:

 Llamalopolis, AKA the airstream Park in downtown Las Vegas

Llamalopolis, AKA the airstream Park in downtown Las Vegas

We loved having neighbors! Fun, kind, fascinating neighbors-- full-time & part-time residents of Llamalopolis (or Airstream park), part of the Downtown Project (visit their site to learn more about their inspiring work). This a one-of-a-kind micro community that feels like a big, warm family including kids of all ages & a wide assortment of animals (chickens, alpacas, dogs, cats). The shared common areas act as an extension of living space for each resident & their respective sleek Airstreams or cozy Tumbleweed Tiny House Company house. The air is filled with music & smoke from the fire pits. The style & vibe is reminiscent of Burning Man. The night is always young here & unexpected conversations are just around the corner. We're discovery an extraordinary way of life, and we couldn't feel more welcomed & at home in this incredible Vegas community.


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