One of our community's THers has written a post on his blog "The Company Store on Wheels"
(http://www.thecompanystoreonwheels.com/) about the tiny house social movement.
Here's an excerpt:
There’s something quintessentially American about the tiny house movement. I had the realization on Memorial Day, while sitting on my neighbor’s tiny patio. I was watching a tour boat slowly float by the park, with a small American flag on the stern. As the boat idled by, I thought of the tiny house social movement through the lens of the pioneer spirit. Is the tiny house movement opening a new American frontier? Are tiny houses a kind of manifest destiny in reverse?
(Read more... http://www.thecompanystoreonwheels.com/2015/06/are-tiny-houses-opening-new-american_3.html)
James moved from Colorado in February '15 just to park his tiny house "The Company Store" at Orlando Lakefront. Reminiscent of the 1880's miner cabins dotting the Rocky Mountains, James brought a piece of Colorado with him. He enjoys kayaking on the lake and relaxing in his TH. You can learn more about his adventures in THing at http://www.thecompanystoreonwheels.com/ and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/thecompanystoreonwheels.