If you know the region of the country referred to as the low country then you probably know that Charleston, SC is one of its shining gems. After our long weekend at the Tiny House North Carolina street festival in Pink Hill, we started back south. We briefly stopped in Myrtle Beach but ultimately Charleston […]Read more "Gem of the low country"
This past weekend, April 21-23, one quiet street of Pink Hill NC was transformed into a bustling tiny house neighborhood. For once, our bus actually felt at home in its surroundings! The street was lined with exceptionally crafted tiny houses, food trucks, solar panels, and crowds of likeminded folk eager to hear our testimonies of […]Read more "Tiny House NC Street Festival"
Well we’re still in Greenville SC. But let me tell you about Atlanta! So I put in two full weeks of work (I know, poor me!) with our new friend in Greenville that we had bartered with. Actually made some cash too! Anyways, the girls had plans to fly back to Illinois for our niece’s […]Read more "Lately"
A few months back we were still trying to get the house sold and hit the road for good. Now that landmark is two weeks behind us! While talking about cities worth visiting, Greenville SC seemed to hold high rank on the list at least for region of the country we were considering. So long […]Read more "Bartering in Greenville"
The Georgia Tinyhouse Festival was a weekend well spent and to think it wasn’t even on our radar. Thanks to a last minute invite we were able to scurry down there from Nashville and stay Friday through Monday. We showed the bus all weekend which proved to be more exhausting than expected. Certainly worth it […]Read more "Georgia Tinyhouse festival"
So the last few days have been great, like more than usual. After we left Indianapolis in route to Nashville we landed at the perfect spot for an overnight between the two cities. Thanks to Harvest Host, it was a nice quiet vineyard in the middle of nowhere. After sleeping through any and every alarm […]Read more "Nashville this time"
Today is a memorable day! We have officially left our home of six years in the rear view mirror. It’s sold, gone, and the homeowner chapter of our lives is closed. Now our lives exist only in the bus and on the road full time. No address, no jobs (that’s actually a good thing) so […]Read more "No turning back"