Tiny House Parking: How to Find Safe, Practical, and Affordable Land for Your Tiny House Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B0155Q0NUA
- Publication date : September 8, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 979 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 82 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1518624162
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #854,331 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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About ten pages in, I thought, "Geez ... this guy's going to cover everything about parking a tiny house, isn't he?!" And the answer is yes, he really does.
It's all just so dang practical from the big items like local zoning bylaws to the smallest details - which I would have otherwise overlooked - like planning for solid Internet access at a site. Ethan doesn't just tell you about the legal and logistical rules; he explores, in-depth, the exceptions to the rules and, sometimes more importantly, how to make yourself the exception to the rule.
Ethan’s book, Tiny House Parking is an open, honest perspective about navigating the challenges of parking your tiny home amidst the conformity of mainstream dwellers. Tiny home living is truly a movement – there are many of us who ‘buck’ the system with our good intentions. Tiny House Parking should scare the crap out of timid law abiding, straight-line walking, permit hugging people. Tiny homes are still new to most communities and come with their own unique challenges. On the flip side, Tiny House Parking is complete with listing the risks, mitigation techniques, and community links to like-minded people. For those willing to go the tiny mile, Ethan’s well-written book, Tiny House Parking, gives one the tools (and hope) to jump in and navigate how to park their wonderfully crafted tiny home by knowing the risks involved and how to deal with them sanely.
Let’s cut to the chase - the tiny house lifestyle is not for the faint of heart. It’s not for the person seeking to eliminate all of the challenges in their life or drop out the mainstream without effort. It’s all about effort but the end result can be terrific and rewarding. Both of Ethan Waldman’s books are a must read for anybody curious about tiny living and how to get there.
Tiny House Parking gives information on what to do when your Tiny House is completed and it is time for you to move it to its new place, whether a rented, purchased or borrowed (such as a back yard) piece of land.
There are many things to think about before you move your home. You have put your life into this for so many reasons and this last part is as important as in the beginning when you were researching and purchasing your trailer. It's best to map out your route ahead of time to avoid traffic, barriers, etc, make sure you have all the correct permits, have a crew of friends and/or family to help on moving day, know exactly where the house will sit and have the land level and so on. This, of course, only touches upon the invaluable advice that Ethan has once again provided to us in his book.
Trust me when I say that this entire book should be read from beginning to end several times just to absorb all the material included. He provides great resources from other’s experiences at the end of the book also, which gives all sorts of knowledge to peruse.
I know you will have as great a time reading Tiny House Parking as I did. I could hardly put down any of his books!