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

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

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

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

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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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