Loveland Colorado

On The Road Again

We've started the 2-3 day drive back to Texas from Loveland, Colorado, and we're snapping a few pics along the way. This post will be updated throughout the trip, so check back for more photos as we travel. Unfortunately we won't be making any formal tour stops this time around, but if you happen to see us on the road be sure to send is a photo at tinyhouse43@gmail.com! 

I couldn't find our usual travel sign (still planning to build a permanent one at some point as well), so I made this one. Hard to see from the glare, but it'll have to do for now. 💙🏡💜

I couldn't find our usual travel sign (still planning to build a permanent one at some point as well), so I made this one. Hard to see from the glare, but it'll have to do for now. 💙🏡💜

 

Head 'em up, move 'em out...  4/3/16

Head 'em up, move 'em out...  4/3/16

Thanks for an amazing first winter in our tiny house, Riverview! 💙  4/3/16

Thanks for an amazing first winter in our tiny house, Riverview! 💙  4/3/16

Rocky Mountian view from I-25 heading south.  4/3/16

Rocky Mountian view from I-25 heading south.  4/3/16

So long, Denver!  4/3/16

So long, Denver!  4/3/16

Eastern Colorado's "Great Grass Sea" with a train to nowhere in the foreground. 4/3/16 @ 1454 MST

Eastern Colorado's "Great Grass Sea" with a train to nowhere in the foreground. 4/3/16 @ 1454 MST

Pit stop in Stratton, CO with an impromptu tour by a couple on a sweet Harley. 4/3/16 @ 1645 MST

Pit stop in Stratton, CO with an impromptu tour by a couple on a sweet Harley. 4/3/16 @ 1645 MST

C-ya later, Colorado! 4/3/16

C-ya later, Colorado! 4/3/16

Someone spotted us on the road near Colby, KS 4/3/16

Someone spotted us on the road near Colby, KS 4/3/16

I took a similar photo crossing eastern CO out of Colorado Springs 5/14 when we picked up the Barn Raiser. This time it's Kansas in the background. 4/3/16

I took a similar photo crossing eastern CO out of Colorado Springs 5/14 when we picked up the Barn Raiser. This time it's Kansas in the background. 4/3/16

Another pit stop, this time in Hays, KS, hometown of Mr. Chrysler (aka Dodge) himself. 4/3/16

Another pit stop, this time in Hays, KS, hometown of Mr. Chrysler (aka Dodge) himself. 4/3/16

Calling it a night and cheating in favor of hot showers in the morning. lol 4/3/16 @ 2352 CST

Calling it a night and cheating in favor of hot showers in the morning. lol 4/3/16 @ 2352 CST

Munchkin man "helping" us do our checks before we pull out on the road again. 4/4/16 @ 1200

Munchkin man "helping" us do our checks before we pull out on the road again. 4/4/16 @ 1200

So long, Salina, Kansas... Onward toward Oklahoma! 4/4/16

So long, Salina, Kansas... Onward toward Oklahoma! 4/4/16

We surprised the munchkin with a stop in Wichita, KS to see The Keeper of the Plains and the confluence of the Little Arkansas and Arkansas rivers in honor of his late NaNa, a Hope, Arkansas native.  ❤️ 4/4/16

We surprised the munchkin with a stop in Wichita, KS to see The Keeper of the Plains and the confluence of the Little Arkansas and Arkansas rivers in honor of his late NaNa, a Hope, Arkansas native.  ❤️ 4/4/16

Can you spot the tiny house in this pic? How's that for some size perspective? 4/4/16

Can you spot the tiny house in this pic? How's that for some size perspective? 4/4/16

A nice lady in Wichita let us know that we had a brake light out, and Brand is back there giving tiny house interviews to passerby while removing the old bulb. 4/4/16

A nice lady in Wichita let us know that we had a brake light out, and Brand is back there giving tiny house interviews to passerby while removing the old bulb. 4/4/16

Another diesel stop turned into an impromptu tour stop, this time in Darby, KS. 4/4/16

Another diesel stop turned into an impromptu tour stop, this time in Darby, KS. 4/4/16

The second of three surprises for the boy, here's Bumblebee chilling in Stillwater, Oklahoma. 4/4/16

The second of three surprises for the boy, here's Bumblebee chilling in Stillwater, Oklahoma. 4/4/16

And holding down the fort across town was Optimus Prime, who towers over the tiny house at 22' tall. 4/4/16

And holding down the fort across town was Optimus Prime, who towers over the tiny house at 22' tall. 4/4/16

Caused a little rubbernecking in Gutherie, OK as we crept by slowly.  4/5/16

Caused a little rubbernecking in Gutherie, OK as we crept by slowly.  4/5/16

Passing through the Arbuckles. 4/5/16

Passing through the Arbuckles. 4/5/16

I'm never more grateful for a patient, talented hubby than when I accidentally put the tiny house in peril. lol Here he got us out the of the labyrinthine storage facility I pulled into just to turn around in... and promptly got stuck in... 😫  4/5/16

I'm never more grateful for a patient, talented hubby than when I accidentally put the tiny house in peril. lol Here he got us out the of the labyrinthine storage facility I pulled into just to turn around in... and promptly got stuck in... 😫  4/5/16

Made it into Texas but missed a great shot of the Red River and settled for this one instead. Maybe next time! 4/5/16

Made it into Texas but missed a great shot of the Red River and settled for this one instead. Maybe next time! 4/5/16

I wonder if we can drag race the tiny house here? 4/5/16

I wonder if we can drag race the tiny house here? 4/5/16

Pausing out front while we finalize the new parking spot out back. 4/5/16 @ 1545

Pausing out front while we finalize the new parking spot out back. 4/5/16 @ 1545

Deja vu in reverse: coming vs. going.  4/5/16

Deja vu in reverse: coming vs. going.  4/5/16

The new spot puts us under the ash tree instead of the oak tree and closer to the garden as well.  4/5/16

The new spot puts us under the ash tree instead of the oak tree and closer to the garden as well.  4/5/16

Dad wanted the house here so he could see that pond better from the living room. We're just glad to be back in the shade. 4/5/16

Dad wanted the house here so he could see that pond better from the living room. We're just glad to be back in the shade. 4/5/16

It's a shame we can't live in n the tiny house here, even if we do hate Texas summers. Sure is lovely! 4/5/16

It's a shame we can't live in n the tiny house here, even if we do hate Texas summers. Sure is lovely! 4/5/16

And lastly, here's the view from the kitchen windows now. The pond is visible off to the left, and the tiny house is well shaded even from the setting western sun. Not bad! 4/5/16 @ 1845

And lastly, here's the view from the kitchen windows now. The pond is visible off to the left, and the tiny house is well shaded even from the setting western sun. Not bad! 4/5/16 @ 1845

And this concludes our move from Northern Colorado to the North Texas area. We've got loads of finishing projects ahead of us, as well as some improvements to make to avoid future mold issues. We will continue to blog our progress and share photos on our accounts, and we invite you to follow along. Once we're settled into our routines a bit here we'll likely invite folks over for an open house again, so if you're local keep a lookout for that invite. In the meantime, have a lovely week and we post again soon!!

💙🏡💜 

~Meg, Brand, and R.A.D

TH43 v1.0 Video Tour

Greetings! I have posted a pair of heavily detailed video tours of our tiny house to our own YouTube channel called TINY HOUSE FOR THREEI've also embedded them at the bottom of this post for sake of ease.

I want to again remind folks that our house is not 100% completed, and therefore you're going to see plenty of projects left to complete. I also intentionally didn't do a thorough clean on the house before filming, because let's face it - how often have you seen a house with kids and pets be immaculate other than on magazine covers and heavily staged TV shows?! Yup, that's what I thought! The only thing that would have made this video more accurate to our real, day-to-day tiny house living would be to have had R.A.D playing with his cars in his room and Brand sitting in the nook studying or playing video games with more dirty dishes on the counter and me sprawled out on the couch reading a magazine. You may wrinkle your nose at some of our unfinished work or the dishes in the sink because it's not aesthetically pleasing, and we've already had some folks give unsolicited snipes about our design choices and layout ("Only thing better would be tiny house with a better design than a hallway... 😬"). Regardless of your own preferences for what you think a tiny house should look like, including your own if you go that route, you need to keep one highly important fact in mind:

 THIS IS OUR TINY HOME, NOT YOURS! 💖

We built OUR house to OUR standards for OUR needs and to OUR budget and timeframe, and we aren't done yet!! We chose to go on and share both photos and a video tour of our work-in-progress house now because 1) it's going to be a while before we really have it ALL done to our satisfaction and 2) because we want to encourage others, especially those who have little to no help for their build who are trudging along fretting about whether or not they'll ever finish it, that IT'S OKAY FOR YOUR HOUSE TO NOT BE PERFECT by the time you are ready to move in! Sure, it's a royal pain in the keester to live in a construction zone, especially a TINY construction zone, but it CAN. BE. DONE.

Your house doesn't have to be HGTV ready to be loved, to be lived in, and to be proud of. The haters and trolls will be there no matter how pristine your floors are, how white your walls are, or how sparkling your expensive hammered copper sink that you simply couldn't resist is, so just keep on keeping on! 😉 Be proud of what you've accomplished so far, what you'll continue to complete in the future, and of the very fact you had the cajones to start in the first place!! I've found some of the most vocal critics of our tiny house and of many others don't even live in a tiny house and have no plans to do so. What suddenly makes them the experts on tiny house building, design, and living?! Oh that's right.... not a damn thing! ☺️ So just remember....

YOU ROCK, AND SO DO WE!! 

Now that I've dismounted the soap box and without any further ado, may I proudly present our unfinished, unkempt TinyHouse43 v1.0 in all its video tour glory! 

💙🏡💜 

P. S. I should also point out this isn't a, " and here's the kitchen, and over there is the bathroom," type tour. I actually share useful information about our house that anyone building or living in a tiny house might find useful. That's why combined the tour is 30 minutes long! 😜

Our THOW Interior: January 2016

We are most definitely NOT done with the inside of our tiny house - loads of finish work left to do, including painting a zillion different things - but since we had to do a deep clean for a visitor today who needed to take photos, I took advantage of the time to snap some photos. Granted I didn't drag the DSLR out from under the storage sofa for higher quality shots, but as I keep saying, you'll get the gist. Captions will come later, but I think these are pretty self-explanatory. Without further ado, I give you our still-in-progress TinyHouse43 interior! 💙🏡💜

 

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Riverview RV Park and Tiny Houses: A Community Within A Community?

Before I write anything else, let me preface this post by saying that I have no affiliation with the staff or owner of Riverview RV Park, nor do I have any say in what or to whom the owner rents parking spaces to. I'm simply the owner of the very first tiny-house-on-wheels that has had the pleasure of parking here since October 2015 and hopefully not the last.  Riverview has been a perfect place for us to spend our first winter in our tiny house, and because the park owner and staff have been so wonderful to us and are open to having more tiny houses in their park, I wanted to share our experiences with other THOW dwellers, as well as plant the seeds for the possibility of a tiny house community within the existing RV park should the owner be amenable. The decision to pursue or not any of my ideas and suggestions are solely the decision of the owner of Riverview, but I will make myself available to him or to any potential tiny house residents should he choose to consider the possibility of hosting a group of tiny houses, particularly if that involves grouping them together in a community setup. I have already expressed my interest in helping gather support and residents for such a community to him and his staff, and while this was a simple conversation in the office one afternoon, there appeared to be genuine interest at the very least in having more tiny houses here period. We will continue to be positive examples of tiny house residents during our stay here in hopes that we might set the tone for such a community, and either way we encourage you to visit the park and try out one of their cabins or bring your own RV or THOW for a short stay. We don't think you'll be disappointed! -Meg

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Now, with that out of the way, I'm going to post some photos I just took of the eastern edge of the park right along the Big Thompson River where there's a grouping of partial hookup spaces that I feel could be utilized as a semi or permanent tiny house community within the confines of Riverview. There are other areas of the park that the owner, should he choose to pursue such an idea, might prefer over this one, but I picked them because I have yet to see them used since we've been here and they're near a bath/laundry house on the property as a simple starting point. These sites do not presently have sewer connections, but the walk to the on-site dump station is short and the office staff stated that there may be connections added in the near future. They have water and electric hookups present, as well as their own fire rings for outside cooking. They also have an amazing view of the river right behind them!

Some adorable little rental cabins are on the other side of the street from them, so I felt like the aesthetic of grouping the tiny houses with the cabins was also a great fit. The area is somewhat secluded from the rest of the park, which also lends to the community-within-a-community feel. Near that area are also more partial hookup sites, tent camping sites, and the RV storage area at the very back of the property (you'll see it in a photo or two). During the winter you have wide open views around the park, and in the fall when we arrived the trees were still thick with colorful leaves aplenty. Quite a beautiful area if I do say so myself!

The rest of the park has some great amenities, including a second bath/laundry house, a gated off-leash dog park (you're responsible for picking up after your own pets no matter where they do their business FYI), a large central park with playground equipment, and a large covered picnic area that includes a stage and outdoor fireplace. There are trails and ponds around the property we've yet to check out, and you can fish in the Big Thompson River as well. There's a convenience store inside the office, and they have two rentable spaces for large gatherings. There are regular potlucks particularly around the holidays, and so far we've loved all the folks we've met who live here year round. Most if not all of the office and maintenance staff live on-site, so if hiccups do occur someone is available to help.

I could go on and on about how much we've enjoyed our stay here at Riverview and in the town of Loveland, CO, but I know our readers are more interested in seeing photos of the property and my suggested area for a tiny house community within Riverview RV Park and Campground. So, without further ado, here they are! 

 

 

 

Here's a panorama of the partial hookup area as seen from the big central park. That's the bath/laundry house in the foreground, and the spaces I'm thinking of are behind and slightly left of it. 

Here's a panorama of the partial hookup area as seen from the big central park. That's the bath/laundry house in the foreground, and the spaces I'm thinking of are behind and slightly left of it. 

This is the bath/laundry house at the back of the park, but there is another near the office. Where we are presently parked with our THOW puts both bath houses equidistant to us, but this one has private baths and showers vs. the dorm-like setup of the house near the office. There are additional showers on the back side of this building as well.

This is the bath/laundry house at the back of the park, but there is another near the office. Where we are presently parked with our THOW puts both bath houses equidistant to us, but this one has private baths and showers vs. the dorm-like setup of the house near the office. There are additional showers on the back side of this building as well.

This is a view to the southeast of the gated dog park. Here dogs are allowed off-leash, but everywhere else in the park requires them to be leashed. No pets are allowed in the central park playground area at all, and owners are always responsible for cleaning up after their pets. 

This is a view to the southeast of the gated dog park. Here dogs are allowed off-leash, but everywhere else in the park requires them to be leashed. No pets are allowed in the central park playground area at all, and owners are always responsible for cleaning up after their pets. 

These cute little cabins are part of what drew me to that area I think would work for a tiny house community. Their aesthetic would go great with THOWs, and they'd be your view across the street. 

These cute little cabins are part of what drew me to that area I think would work for a tiny house community. Their aesthetic would go great with THOWs, and they'd be your view across the street. 

This is a view of the Big Thompson River behind the parking spaces in question. What a lovely view! 

This is a view of the Big Thompson River behind the parking spaces in question. What a lovely view! 

This is a view looking east of some of the partial hookup spaces directly across from the little park cabins where I think tiny houses on wheels would fit well together. These sites have water and electric, but presently you'd have to haul your gray water (or black if you went that route) a short walk to the dump station. The office staff did tell me that sewer hookups may be added in the near future.

This is a view looking east of some of the partial hookup spaces directly across from the little park cabins where I think tiny houses on wheels would fit well together. These sites have water and electric, but presently you'd have to haul your gray water (or black if you went that route) a short walk to the dump station. The office staff did tell me that sewer hookups may be added in the near future.

This is looking northwest at the end of the row of partial hookup sites along the river. Those trees on the left create a little mini park area that divides these spaces from the full hookup spots closer to the front of the RV park. This division would also help create more of a micro community feel for the THOWs from the rest of the park I believe.

This is looking northwest at the end of the row of partial hookup sites along the river. Those trees on the left create a little mini park area that divides these spaces from the full hookup spots closer to the front of the RV park. This division would also help create more of a micro community feel for the THOWs from the rest of the park I believe.

This is the back of one of the partial hookup spaces where you can see the electrical hookup with the water spigot just below. There's a fire ring at each site, and there are picnic tables for each site currently being stored for the winter. You'd be able to roast marshmallows while watching the river from this spot. 💜 

This is the back of one of the partial hookup spaces where you can see the electrical hookup with the water spigot just below. There's a fire ring at each site, and there are picnic tables for each site currently being stored for the winter. You'd be able to roast marshmallows while watching the river from this spot. 💜 

This is a view from that same spot #157 looking over a couple of neighboring spots and through the tree grove toward the front of the RV park. That's one of the rentable cabins on the left, and in the distance you can see the covered picnic and stage area. 

This is a view from that same spot #157 looking over a couple of neighboring spots and through the tree grove toward the front of the RV park. That's one of the rentable cabins on the left, and in the distance you can see the covered picnic and stage area. 

Here's another view of the neighboring cabins from the back of space #157. To the left and behind of the cabins are additional partial hookup spaces and tent camping sites. 

Here's another view of the neighboring cabins from the back of space #157. To the left and behind of the cabins are additional partial hookup spaces and tent camping sites. 

Behind those trees are the tent camping sites and the RV storage area. The river bends around behind that storage area, and there are trails that meander off to the right of that area as well. 

Behind those trees are the tent camping sites and the RV storage area. The river bends around behind that storage area, and there are trails that meander off to the right of that area as well. 

Here's an easterly view from space #157 that shows more of the river and the neighboring spaces that direction. Beautiful! 

Here's an easterly view from space #157 that shows more of the river and the neighboring spaces that direction. Beautiful! 

If you squint, you can just make out our tiny house dead center in the image sticking out to the left of the playground equipment. This was taken on the walk back and looks across the big central park area.

If you squint, you can just make out our tiny house dead center in the image sticking out to the left of the playground equipment. This was taken on the walk back and looks across the big central park area.

This is the road toward the front of the RV park, and I was passing the grove of trees on my right that act as a divider between the full hookup sites ahead and the partial hookup sites just behind and to the right of me as I walked. Here you can see a view of the mountain that is directly across the street from the turn into Riverview. 

This is the road toward the front of the RV park, and I was passing the grove of trees on my right that act as a divider between the full hookup sites ahead and the partial hookup sites just behind and to the right of me as I walked. Here you can see a view of the mountain that is directly across the street from the turn into Riverview. 

Here's a look to the southwest where you can see the other little mountain flanking the park. 

Here's a look to the southwest where you can see the other little mountain flanking the park. 

These are full hookup sites that border the grove of trees I've mentioned. They're within that same area surrounding the bath/laundry house and could potentially house tiny houses, too. All of those decisions are solely that of the park owner, but since they are in close proximity to the partial hookup sites I wanted to show them as well. 

These are full hookup sites that border the grove of trees I've mentioned. They're within that same area surrounding the bath/laundry house and could potentially house tiny houses, too. All of those decisions are solely that of the park owner, but since they are in close proximity to the partial hookup sites I wanted to show them as well. 

Lastly, this photo was taken from the dump station next to the central park looking back toward the partial hookup sites where I believe a tiny house community within the RV park could be established. So long as those spaces have no sewer hookups you'd make this short walk to dump your waste, but the staff did say there was a possibility of them being converted to full hookup. 

Lastly, this photo was taken from the dump station next to the central park looking back toward the partial hookup sites where I believe a tiny house community within the RV park could be established. So long as those spaces have no sewer hookups you'd make this short walk to dump your waste, but the staff did say there was a possibility of them being converted to full hookup. 

As I talk more with the owner about my ideas, I will share what I find out with his permission. I did tell the staff the day I spoke with them about this possibility that the number one thing the park would need to work on in order to court more THOWs is to have more reliable WiFi service since so many folks who live in tiny houses work from home remotely via Internet. They advised me they were already working on improving the connections here, and in the meantime I've been doing some research of my own.

What I can tell you today with certainty is that no devices that run on the Sprint network will work here, which sadly leaves the otherwise awesome Karma Go concept out. Verizon and AT&T have strong signals all over this area, but unless you have a grandfathered unlimited plan they aren't exactly affordable options for heavy users. I will be buying and testing a T-Mobile device for our use in addition to our Verizon devices to see if that will work as an option for unlimited internet, even if they do throttle speeds after 16GB or thereabouts. According to their coverage map, Riverview is in their lowest signal range BUT there have been user confirmed connections within the park itself. I'll post our findings once I've had a chance to try out T-Mobile, and hopefully the improvements of the park will help bridge any remaining service gaps.

That's it for now! I do know you can bring your THOW for short stays already, so hopefully the idea of creating a more permanent community of them isn't out of the question for the owner. He and his staff are wonderful in our humble opinions, and even with a few hiccups here and there with water pressure and winter weather woes (all of which were quickly attended to by the staff I might add) we've been very pleased with our stay. Our son has loved being by the playground, and there are enough kiddos that cycle through to keep him out playing as often as we let him. The place is a great mix of ages and stages, and we highly recommend it!!

For more information, contact Riverview via their website or call - just know you might get someone different each time, and email replies are much slower than phone calls:

www.RiverviewRV.com or 970-667-9910

They are presently closed on Sundays and Mondays through the winter, and I don't suggest using their online reservation system if you plan to bring your THOW. Call them first so they can accommodate you properly, and let them know Maighen in the tiny house sent you!

Karma (Don't) Go

Well, as I feared, the Karma Go wifi hotspot will not work for us at Riverview. The Sprint network, which they piggy back off of, is spotty at best anyway, and a look at their coverage map shows it dancing all around us yet skipping over our precise location so completely. I tried repeatedly to move the device all over the house to pick up signal, and I actually briefly did in the munchkin's room. By the time I walked to the iMac in the great room to see if the Karma option populated in the wifi networks drop down list, however, it was disconnected and showed only the green battery power light. C'est la vie - I knew it was a hazard going in.

Here's what comes with your Karma Go wifi hotspot.  

Here's what comes with your Karma Go wifi hotspot.  

We do have a pre-paid month of unlimited wifi, however, so I'll take it and use it with my laptop in town to really test out its capabilities all the same.  I think I will discontinue the Neverstop plan but keep the device and reinstate it once we start traveling. A rep said the plan automatically reverts to the Refuel option at the end of your prepaid month if you cancel the auto-billed subscription, so at least it'll be easy to pause until we head out.

That yellow thumb tack is our precise location. DOH! 

That yellow thumb tack is our precise location. DOH! 

Now, however, I still need to find an alternative and less expensive internet source. I can't sustain a cell bill larger than our truck insurance and more than half our monthly lot rent! I'm thinking a T-Mobile unlimited plan with the cheapest phone they have will be my next try, and if that doesn't work it'll be on to AT&T.

Any other suggestions? 

Wintry Colorado Thanksgiving

Today we had our first real snow with staying power (two previous dustings were melted by mid afternoon), so we had a nice lazy day alternately playing in the snow and warming back up watching movies in front of the heater. Here are a few shots of our tiny and the RV park covered in snow for you to enjoy hopefully while enjoying a nice, warm cup of cocoa or a hot toddy... whatever strikes your fancy! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, and here's to a wonderful holiday season for us all!

-Meg, Brandy, and R.A.D

 

The view out the big blue window was magical this morning. 

The view out the big blue window was magical this morning. 

Based on the picnic table, I'm guessing 4-6" by 0900. ❄️ 

Based on the picnic table, I'm guessing 4-6" by 0900. ❄️ 

Almost postcard worthy with a little photoshop editing perhaps. 😉 

Almost postcard worthy with a little photoshop editing perhaps. 😉 

The insulation skirt seems to be holding up pretty well even if it's not exactly winning any beauty contests.

The insulation skirt seems to be holding up pretty well even if it's not exactly winning any beauty contests.

I love how big the snowflakes are. It snowed all day long, too! 

I love how big the snowflakes are. It snowed all day long, too! 

Probably the best part of our parking spot is being right across the road from the park. Even covered in snow it's hard to keep the munchkin away! 

Probably the best part of our parking spot is being right across the road from the park. Even covered in snow it's hard to keep the munchkin away! 

A wintry wonderland for certain. ❄️☃🌨 

A wintry wonderland for certain. ❄️☃🌨 

Our handsome little snow angel.  

Our handsome little snow angel.