Barry Howard is very familiar with good ideas. He's had lots of them and this micro mini Gypsy inspired wagon he now pulls with his bicycle
is his latest.
He says that the three things that have always been most important in his life are his art, travel and living in tiny spaces.
And 12 square feet is a very tiny space to live in.
There's a lot more here at Tiny House Talk about this tiny little micro mini house on wheels.
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
A Very Cute Very Tiny Gypsy Wagon You Can Tow With Your Bicycle...
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That took some engineering. Nice rig!!!ReplyDelete
He doesn't live in that 24/7 does he?ReplyDelete
You could also check out his blog at http://theaimlesslywanderingartist.blogspot.co.nz/ReplyDelete
Wow, some people are ever soooo creative and handy. This would be a super little vehicle to go on a weekend into nature and get some exercise at the same time.ReplyDelete
Wonderful work, and yes, the link above leads to some very interesting writing and perspectives. Great connection, thanks!ReplyDelete
I like that the builder places such emphasis on making space for art supplies and works of art. My kinda guy!ReplyDelete
Growth is never easy, it can be difficult and uncomfortable redefining our value, our purpose, and our identity in society. Putting 30 years into a job, wearing that same coat that gives you status, a sense of belonging, security, and having it ripped off just over night, is traumatic. You grieve, anguish, shake your fist at the heavens, and scream, "But damn it I worked my ass off and it's not fair!" Life is never fair...it is hard, very hard, but at moments of destruction you can allow yourself to reflect, reason, and find gratitude in things you were so busy working your ass off, that you never took the time to notice. You may be stumbling and grumbling at times at how dark the road less taken is, but you if you take notice, and give yourself credit, you may have achieved a greater accomplishment than you ever did those 30 years going to the office. You may be fumbling at times on your unknown journey, but you are inspiring so many with your blog: you are living and accomplishing what others may only be able to dream.ReplyDelete