Why would someone choose an RV over a tiny house? When Brian Aleksivich and his wife downsized from a 35-acre homestead they chose an RV over a tiny house on wheels. In this episode, we explore the advantages and disadvantages of their choice, factors to consider when choosing between an RV and a tiny house, and also touch on the challenges of living with three Saint Bernards in a relatively small space.
Full show notes and images at thetinyhouse.net/255
In This Episode:
Making an RV suitable for full-time livingClever water management solutionsDownsizing from a homestead to a travel trailerCan tiny homes work for big dogs?Pointers for starting out with RV living
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