Arches National Park: 2 Days of Sunrise Hikes & Sunset Views

A trip to this gorgeous National Park brings stunning scenery, sunset hikes, and gorgeous views of the milky way. Read about my experience and tips while visiting the park for two days in the dead of summer.

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Two Days at Craters of the Moon National Monument

Spelunking in a Lava Cave? Hiking for miles through a charred, blackened landscape that resembles the surface of the Moon? Yeah, we did that.

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Bruneau Dunes: Surfing the Sand

Surfs Up! We tried sandboarding at North America’s single largest sand dune. Wipeout!

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Boise, ID: Eats on the Basque Block

We ate and we concurred! Now, can you please roll us home to our rolling home? ?

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Tiny House on the Alaska Marine Highway

We took our Tiny House on the Alaska Marine Highway, from Haines, Alaska, to Bellingham, Washington. Join us on our the cruise!

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Haines, AK: Speedy the Bear & a Hammer Museum

Our first stop in Southeast Alaska left us fascinated by one man’s obsession and sadden about the inevitable fate of a few local bear cubs.

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Valdez, AK: Fluffy Bunnies & Glacier Cruise

There’s so much wildlife to be seen in Valdez, I don’t even know where to start!

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How to Break Into a Tiny House

The worst possible scenario happened. We were locked out, in the middle of rural Alaska, with no cell service. The solution we came up with still makes me laugh.

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Homer, AK: Fishing & Camping on the Spit

Fishing is a way of life in Homer, Alaska. After trying to catch a salmon for weeks from shore, we decided to try our luck out on a boat.

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Denali National Park: Camping, Flightseeing & the Green Bus

We hit a bump in the road, but that didn’t stop us from touring “The Great One.”

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Tiny House Visits the Arctic Circle

We drove the rugged Dalton Highway with the tiny house in tow and spent the night above the Arctic Circle. Don’t try this at home kids!

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Chicken, AK: Wanderlust & Independence Day

A group of dreamers, summoned by wanderlust, congregate in unique downtown Chicken Alaska for Independence Day.

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Navigating to Alaska: Klondike Loop

Our tiny house crosses into Alaska, following the famous Gold Rush route on the dusty Klondike Highway.

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Camping in the Yukon Territory

As we did with British Columbia, below are a few options for tiny house camping “on Yukon time” – a popular phrase in the Yukon.

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Dawson City, YT: Gold Rush Era & Sour Toe Cocktails

We spent Canada Day in Dawson City, Yukon Territory. A quirky town with rich heritage (the golden kind) and a feverish nightlife.

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Navigating to Alaska: Stewart-Cassiar Highway

We drove 2,000 miles to Alaska with our tiny house, taking the less traveled. We continue our trek with the Stewart-Cassier Highway, famous for abundant bears and Salmon Glacier.

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Navigating to Alaska: Yellowhead Highway

Our tiny house bumps along the historic Yellowhead Highway in British Columbia, slowly making our way to Alaska.

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Navigating to Alaska: Sea to Sky Highway

Our tiny house begins the long trek to Alaska, taking the roads-less-traveled, beginning with the Sea To Sky Highway.

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Camping in British Columbia

In the United States, we’ve gotten used to either parking our tiny house on private land or camping in privately owned campgrounds. British Columbia offers private campgrounds, provincial park campgrounds and recreational sites.

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Vancouver, BC: Tiny House Parents & Free Sightseeing

Major players emerge in the Vancouver tiny house scene and we offer some free sightseeing tips for budget travelers.

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Horror & Delight: Tiny House Crossing Into Canada

A comical story of our Tiny House crossing into Canada for the second time.

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Seattle, WA: Free Sightseeing & Tiny House Adventures

Seattle has a lot of offer and we tried to keep it cheap! In this article, we list our favorite free or cheap activities in the city.

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