" If people only read about the butterflies and rainbows of Tiny House living (like we did, before we started our build), they will not have enough information to make an educated decision about whether or not building a tiny house on wheels is a good idea or not." -- Casey Friday
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Read why John decided to give up on living in a tiny house here:
I believe that people start with the best of intentions, but communal living has proven time and time again not to work. There are lots of folks in the world, but not one of them is exactly like us. This means we will encounter conflict and those who have not-so-good intentions. Boneyard Studios, a tiny house community in Washington DC, is a great example of a slowly imploding communal living arrangement. Read the cautionary tail of Boneyard Studios here:
Casey Friday and his wife had their tiny house stolen. Read why they have decided to abandon their dream of a tiny house and move on to new dreams: