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This is another cool video I saw from my favorite tiny house blog, Tiny House Talk, and it is about an old firetruck that someone converted into a tiny house. The thing I like about these conversions, especially the truck and van ones, is that it just reeks of freedom to me! That they're relatively inexpensive, we can build them ourselves, and we can live in them practically everywhere. I'm seriously considering doing this myself sometime, because I love what people are able to do with them, and especially how much money people are saving by doing this.

I'm so happy! And I wish to make this tiny ad happy too:
It's like binging on 7 seasons of your favorite netflix permaculture show
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