Krave the Adventure Bus Barnwood Kitchen

This kitchen popped up randomly in a search engine image search of skoolies (buses converted into tiny houses). I was immediately impressed with this extremely beautiful kitchen, and was very surprised to learn that it was built with reclaimed barnwood. … Continue reading →

$7,000 Off-Grid Tiny House on a Sand Foundation in the Desert

Jack Dody of takes us on a tour of his self-built tiny guest house. Jack built the house himself for about $7,000. It is about 240 square feet and includes passive solar design, rainwater collection, a complete bathroom with … Continue reading →

An introduction to off grid living in the UK

A quick tour of where I live and a chat about how I do it! I cover solar power, heating, cooking, growing food, using rain water and more. … Continue reading →

Recycled Wood Housing Business

This small construction company is just down the street from us. I’ve driven past it countless times and it suddenly dawned on me to do a blog post about this business. This appears to be the owner’s home. They build … Continue reading →

Our Tropical Forest Garden and Homestead Update: One Year+ Later

Tour of our finished homestead. The forest garden is now a lush haven for humans and native wildlife. Our banana plants are around 9’-16’ high and producing nicely. After a long delay, I’m posting another video about our homestead and … Continue reading →

Salvage Workshops and The Salvage Mining Tutorial DVDs

We’ve featured several Tiny Texas Houses projects here on our blog. Some readers may be interested in building their own recycled homes and so I thought we’d take a look at their educational materials. Here is the product description of … Continue reading →