Amazing VIDEO How a Couple Lives For 7 Years In Tiny House With No Electricity
You'll be amazed at the story of how a "Couple Live For 7 Years In Tiny House With No Electricity," and the tiny house they lived in. When you see inside the tiny house you won't think it feels all that small inside.
The couple were In search of a more simple life and completeness. Michael and Diana lived in the 144 square foot tiny home in Northern California for seven years. They never felt like their house was tiny, but thought it was just right for them. The natural sunlight and surrounding trees there are magical. Diana says you enter timeless time here, and itís easy to forget about everything but the present moment. The fireplace is a necessity in this tiny home as it creates heat for the home and bathing water. With no electricity, means no refrigerator, no meat, no ice cream Diana would cook beautifully colored fresh vegetables in one small cast iron pot over the open fire for their meals. You'll want to take a look at this cute tiny house, and share it with your friends.
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