Added by on 2020-12-09

This channel will teach you the Good, Bad, and Reality of Off Grid Living, minimalistic living, tiny camper, tiny house, frugal living. After spending three years traveling the country, Carolyn and I (Rob) settled down in Missouri to live off the grid in a tiny house on our homestead. Watch as we transition living in our truck camper into a tiny house we are building Welcome to Little House Off Grid PayPal Contributions Related PostsNatural-Built Tiny House Incorporates Biophilic Design And A Living Roof 🌱430 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage With Living Roof And Floor To Ceiling Windows. Amazing Small House DesignEco Yurt Round House Tiny Home with Living Roof – Construction: Start to FinishTiny Hobbit House with Amazing Green Roof – Off Grid Straw Bale CabinGardening with children: How to make a living roof bird houseDIY Living Roof Dog House – Home & Family

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  • Lisa A Johnson 2 months ago

    I really like how you finished off the gable end! It really looks professional! You’re inspiring me to redo my old mobile home!

  • Shannon K 2 months ago

    I think about your safety daily.

  • Mari Nigrey 2 months ago


  • Matt Matt 2 months ago

    Good job brooo

  • Bob Koontz 2 months ago

    Hey Rob great job. Keep reminding me to click like. I keep forgetting

  • Clinton James 2 months ago

    Caboose i meant

  • Clinton James 2 months ago

    Not all cabose are red , most logging cabose was brown

  • Clinton James 2 months ago

    I really dig your build and comments, its always more fun thinking outside the box, doing it with freedom and enjoyment…theres nothing wrong in your choice …good job to you both, may many years of happy ness be blessed on it all

  • Mailisailor 2 months ago

    Carolyn did a fantastic job with the walls

  • J Marie 2 months ago

    The caboose….that's a good one!

  • Skip Jack 2 months ago

    Make a chicken ladder

  • Jackaline Bailey 2 months ago

    Whoo! so nice and cozy looking. Can't wait till the virtual housewarming party.

  • Gloria Twiggs 2 months ago

    Awesome work. Please do order the roof anchor brackets from Amazon as your friends want you to be safe.

  • Josh P 2 months ago

    The roof and pallet wood walls are looking great Rob. I'm so proud of the work you and Caroline are doing. There is no better feeling than that of setting a goal and accomplishing it, especially a goal as ambitious as you set. Keep up the good work, I look forward to every episode for an update to see the house get closer and closer to completion.

  • Shirley Clontz 2 months ago

    Roof looks great

  • Can you build a functional permanent ladder from eave to chimney to allow for safe ascent & descent?

  • The Seamstress 2 months ago

    I’m glad you didn’t film that part it would’ve been a nail biter! #debtfree you both are hard workers and you have something to be proud of.