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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“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.…

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Nova Scotia: Full Moon Shelters & Salty Hikes

After leaving Cape Breton, Guillaume and I traveled back down the belly of Nova Scotia and stopped off at Peggy’s Cove. There’s some interesting folklore surrounding Peggy’s Cove. One story states that a pretty young shipwreck…

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Nova Scotia: Off-Grid Jungle & Ninja Moose

In one week, we traveled hundreds of miles and held five open houses, sleeping in a different parking lot every night and depending on Tim Horton’s for fuel (caffeine and Wifi). Halifax was the last stop on our open…

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New Brunswick: Magical Creatures & Colorful Sprinkles

After leaving Quebec, we hopped, skipped and a jumped through New Brunswick. Our open house tour had us scheduled to be in Fredericton on Friday evening, Moncton on Saturday morning and Halifax on Sunday. So it…

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Quebec City: Little Paris & Grassy Walls

Sometimes all you have is an afternoon to enjoy a city that deserves a weekend. That was the case for us and Quebec City. We parked at a campground just outside of Quebec City, and…

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Montreal: Maple Syrup Hospitality & Buggy Art

On our first morning in Quebec, we patted our little pup on the head, stuffed pillows into our staircase so that she couldn’t climb into the loft unsupervised, left our campground and headed straight for…

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Tiny House Canada Tour FAQ

Our tiny house successfully crossed the border, and Guillaume and I began our two week open house tour through Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, before returning to the USA via ferry.

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“Do You Have Any Guns?”: A Tiny House Border Crossing

Crossing the border into Canada with a Tiny House is not always easy, but it helps if you speak the language.

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