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Expedition Traveling Made Easier with the Campa Cub and ATT

Expedition Traveling Made Easier with the Campa Cub and ATT

If you are going car camping you either have the option of using a tent or towing a camper but the Campa USA gives you the best of both worlds with their Campa ATT and Campa Cub. These camping trailers are specifically geared towards the expedition traveler who goes beyond […]

Small Space Tips from Trailer Living

Small Space Tips from Trailer Living

Folks that live the trailer lifestyle know all about how to maximize a small space, and the manufacturers of these trailers have got small space design engineering down to a science. To be clear we’re not talking about RV’s or double-wides which are basically mobile versions of your home, but […]

Rough Cut with Tommy Mac: Sneak Peek

Rough Cut with Tommy Mac: Sneak Peek

We’re giddy about the recent announcement by WGBH of a new show called Rough Cut with Tommy Mac that takes you through the process of building wood pieces many of which come from “rough” lumber that hasn’t been pre-cut or processed. We recently interviewed Tommy Mac about the show and […]

Streamlining: Stylish Trailer Storage

Streamlining: Stylish Trailer Storage

If you need extra room, but can’t commit to a major remodel, consider parking a trailer in your yard. Oakland residents Zach Moser and Erica Gomes didn’t have adequate space in their 2-bedroom, 900-square-foot Oakland bungalow to accommodate Zach’s photography studio. So they drove lonely country roads and attended farm […]

Living in a 100 square-foot Home

Living in a 100 square-foot Home

As much as we abhor McMansions we think this couple has taken living in a small home to the extreme. They formerly lived in a modest 1800 square foot home but recently “downsized” into a 100 square foot home.

New Travel Cottage Created from Old House Parts

New Travel Cottage Created from Old House Parts

The folks at Kennebunk, Maine’s Old House Parts Company have recently undertaken an unusual project. (If you aren’t familiar with the Old House Parts Company, as its name suggests, they specialize in architectural salvage from the 1730s through the 1930s.) Owner Tom Joyal has been hard at work creating a […]