Best Laid Plans – Epic Mini Life S1E2

As it turns out, letting go of the stuff wasn’t the hard part. Well, for the most part. Physically getting rid of it is proving to be far more difficult. UPDATE: We’re changing the plans a bit after realizing that we are in total control of our calendar and location. That sort of autonomy is like magic, and it’s the thing we crave most. Things are nice… but autonomy?

We’re leaving soon – and will be traveling in the following:

2009 Ford F350 Crew Cab
2006 Keystone Montana 5th Wheel
• 350 Square feet
• Renovated
• 100% solar
• Composting toilet
• Double grey tanks

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Have you ever thought about really downsizing, leaving everything behind, and living life on your terms? We’re (mom, dad, a teenager, and two dogs!) doing just that, and we’re sharing the experience with you! Maybe it’ll be just what you need to stop living someone else’s dream and start living your own! Follow along at

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5 opinions on “Best Laid Plans – Epic Mini Life S1E2”

  1. Getting stuff gone is different from letting go! Heather is so right. When B.A. was having her massive, pre-tiny house purging sale, I bought some of her great stuff. When I downsized a year later, somebody else got that great bowling ball B.A. had covered in pennies. We are pounds lighter, and linked by the great chain of bowling ball sharing. Best to you to!!

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