It took me a while but I finally read through all the answers. For those just joining us I previously asked the following two questions:
1. What would be the one thing you would like most about owning and living in a tiny house?
2. If there were no restrictions, where would you park a tiny house to live in?
As promised, I randomly selected someone for a free copy of the soft cover version of my book, the Tiny House Design & Construction Guide
I had a total of 512 posts and subscribers to my newsletter, which I put in a list (posts first) and drew a random number
So the winner is Christina, who wrote: “I’d definitely park it in the woods – Yosemite (CA)”
I’ve been to Yosemite and it is beautiful there. Living with all the tourists might get a little old, but since this is a dream, we’ll assume they’re not there :)
Next, after my initial post, I went back and revised the prizes to include two free eBooks since the turnout was so great. These two winners were chosen by me, which was really hard since there were so many great ideas. In the end I just picked two that stuck out to me.
The first is from Jennifer who wrote a little poem, which I enjoyed and thought was really creative :)
Oh to live in a house that is tiny
That would be a dream
Everything all neat and shiny
A breeze to keep things clean
A new spot every season
To park my tiny home
No wit, no rhyme, no reason
It fits where-e’er I roam
The second is from Laura
I will park my tiny home on a river in central Oregon; preferably the Willamette. Preferably near Eugene, but far enough out to be off-grid and raise animals and veggies. In a tree. With a zipline to the swimming hole.
She had me at zipline to the swimming hole, which sounds really fun although I am certain I would walk away from that with some new pain in my body ;)
Congrats and thanks to everyone who commented. It was really cool to read all the positive changes people would make and benefit from if given the chance to live in a tiny house.