I have to admit that while in our home, all the space from your waist down is below the waterline, and that could be an issue for some, or maybe that the floor is often in motion. Besides that, how could one person, let alone two, live in such a small space?
Our boat, Odyssey, easily qualifies as a ‘tiny home’ at about 200 square feet of living space. I did a quick search and found a cute little house that size selling for about $110,000, without land. It was very nice.
As we sail through the Pacific NW waters, I often comment to Sarah about the enormous homes, mansions I guess, built on the Islands, and how even a large family couldn’t possibly fill just a fraction of the space. The cost of maintenance alone would be more then some peoples rent.
I feel very fortunate to have the beautiful space of Odyssey, and a love who is just as delighted to live in it as I am.
Have you ever built a fort? How about crawled inside a sleeping bag with a flashlight, closing it tight with a smile? Then you know the pleasure of a small space.
Or maybe you’ve just forgotten.