I jumped for joy under Delicate Arch, and Guillaume took stunning photographs of the red arches a blaze at sunset.

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

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

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We spent two days at Crater Lake National Park, trying to snap the best photos of the blue wonder.

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

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The reason we needed to come to Alaska was birthed from a photograph taken three years ago. Read about our beginnings and the inspiration for this leg of the journey.

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

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

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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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We took a detour to the Columbia River Gorge and WOW was it worth it! In this article, we list a few of our favorite day hikes and show where you can find some spectacular waterfalls.

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In this article we list our favorite eats, hiking and bird watching spots in the Olympia area. Then we visit Dee Williams and her famous tiny house.

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In this article, we discuss several amazing hikes around Mount Rainier and Gifford Pinchot National Forest as well as our stay in “cabin heaven.”

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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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Don’t miss these awesome and picturesque stops along the Oregon coast.

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I’m not a tall person, but I’ve always been attracted to tall men. I like to lean against them, allowing my cheek to rest against an arm or a chest. I like having someone around…

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“Yosemite Valley, to me, is always a sunrise, a glitter of green and golden wonder in a vast edifice of stone and space.” – Ansel Adams I lived in California for seven years, yet I…

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How do you celebrate spring in a Tiny House? I think frolicking through a field of wildflowers is a good start!

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