Tag Archives: Portland

Scarlett Tiny House

“Scarlett” Tiny House Rental at Mt Hood Tiny Village

Take a tour of “Scarlett,” my favorite vacation rental at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village in Oregon.

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“Atticus” Tiny House Rental at Mt Hood Tiny House Village

Video tour and review of the “Atticus” Tiny House rental. This sleek design is one of five nightly rentals available at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village, where I’m currently parked!

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Portland, OR: Tiny House Conference & Bike Gangs

With our tiny house in tow, we traveled to the land of coffee, beer and bikes. Portland is famous for many reasons: colorful donuts, looming volcanic mountains, hipsters-who-were-hipsters-before-it-was-a-thing, and, most importantly, for tiny homes.

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Portland, ME: Duck Wing & Lobster Claw

It was my first time in Maine. We stationed the tiny house at the Disneyland of RV parks Bayley’s Camping Resort. The campground attendants actually led us to our campsite with a golf cart. Our spot overlooked a lovely pond with an iridescently lit fountain. They had TWO pools! It was absolutely the largest, most luxurious RV park we’ve stayed in thus far. But this post isn’t about camping. It’s about food. Excellent New England food to be exact. Like Quebec City, we only had…

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“Shipwrecked Minimalist”: A Border Crossing Story

It was time to leave Atlantic Canada. Guillaume and I thoroughly enjoyed our tour, but the date was October 5th and we needed to head south or commit to an icy winter in New England. How does one leave Nova Scotia with a tiny house? Dragging our heavy turtle shell behind us, the drive up and around the Bay of Fundy would take two full days and cost approximately $500 (gas, insurance, depreciation, maintenance, tires, license and registration, campground, etc…). The other option was to put the…

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