We are very excited to have our first guest blog with a tiny house builder! Bob Clarizio of Titan Tiny Homes, is a ‘titan’ in the tiny house industry and has been building some of the best houses on the market. Check out his incredible work on his website and on dream tiny. Anyway, sit … Continue reading The Community Without Borders
Do you ever lust after taking an expedition into the great pacific northwest? Now is your chance, because Try It Tiny has what you are looking for! Whether it’s Portland, Salem, Eugene or out in the beautiful Oregon forests, we have land listings available for you! Wineries, golfing, cycling, waterfalls, fishing are only a few … Continue reading Beaver State Beauty
Did you know that commercial and residential buildings are responsible for 39% of carbon emissions in the United States? To put that in perspective, U.S. buildings produce more carbon dioxide emissions annually than any other country except for China. That’s not good for the future of our beautiful world. The tiny house movement is a … Continue reading 3 Simple Reasons Tiny Houses Can Save the World
how a simple bar of soap can revolutionize your shower and simplify your life Living tiny means making daily decisions to simplify amidst a culture of consumerism. That requires constant conscious choices. Yep. Constant. Think about it: people give you stuff. You find a great deal on new gear that you can’t pass up. This … Continue reading Learning to live “Thoughtfully Clean” with Redbudsuds
Have you ever wanted to visit Walt Disney World, but the trip breaks the bank just a little too much? Sometimes the hotel prices around the parks are way too expensive, but Try It Tiny can help you out. We have four incredible tiny houses located on Lake Fairview, only about 35 minutes from the … Continue reading Where Dreams Come True
Energy companies are in a scramble as the Total Solar Eclipse approaches. Want to know why? Check out more information here .
Kentucky State Police are warning drivers that traffic will increase significantly during the time around the Total Solar Eclipse. Read more about where the traffic might be the worst here.
A place to rent to see the Total Solar Eclipse can cost you as much as $1,500 for the night. Would you be willing to pay that much to see something you may never see again? A lot of people wouldn't be able to spend that much, but there are also other options for as … Continue reading Don’t Fall Subject To Elevated Pricing For The Solar Eclipse This August
On August 21, 2017, the United States will be experiencing a Total Solar Eclipse. The top states to see it are Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. Check out The Great American Eclipse article to see more details about it.
Many skeptics wonder whether tiny houses are pet-friendly. We say get creative!. It may require some planning to ensure it is a suitable living environment for everyone. Take the example and picture by Timbercraft Tiny Homes for a reference. They designed their tiny to be pet-friendly in a more discreet way. Here are some of … Continue reading Perf-Pet Tiny House: No Walk In The (Dog) Park