Couple Living Simply in Tiny House for 6+ Months. What's It Like?
It's nice to hear stories like the "Couple Living Simply in Tiny House for 6+ Months," it's inspiring to see people live better, and in the case of this couple more hopeful lives. You'll want to take a look at their tiny house for yourself.
Christopher Derek and Betty Ybarra have been living in this micro cabin since December 2013, and the tiny house is just 98 square feet. The formerly homeless couple now have a solid roof over their heads. They park on the street and are required to move every two days to be compliant with city laws. The couple's tiny house is really cute, painted a nice green on the exterior, and inside it offers a comfortable space for them to live. This is a great example of a cost effective way we might be able to help homeless people get off the streets, all while providing them a place to call their own, protected from the elements.
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