In the summer of 2011, Tiny House Ontario became itself in the forest in Eastern Ontario. I lived there until the cold came and found that, it is a creative, philosophical, authentic, non-consumeristic as well as a life first way of living.
I believe that one does not, so much, live in a Tiny House; these houses come alive in us. They change those who are courageous enough to take this leap.
Tiny House Ontario, has a 108 square foot foot print. By the time the walls fit on, and the cupboards and sofa move in, there is a 5×7 living space (that is 35 square feet). This 35 feet has a table, chairs and a small recliner in that space too. Thankfully Tiny House Ontario also has a 1/2 height loft with a king sized bed, so at night there is no arrangement to do, just up to bed.
This spring, just as soon as it thaws, I will move there stay until the freeze comes again. I will go with my four dogs and my polar bear; alright, so I don’t really have a polar bear, but you have to admit that a polar bear makes me living off grid in the forest with the four dogs seem a little less over the top.
The place lacks a toilet but has nearly 10 acres to do your business on. There isn’t running water/drains, power, nor heat. It does not lack for trees, rocks, wildlife, nor does it lack from projects that need doing.
Courage my love, soon I might be able to tell you where this leads me.