Building a Tiny House in the Mountains
We get a lot of credit for building our 120 square foot in the mountains of WNC, but there is an unsung hero in this story: Our 2003 Honda Element. The car has made countless trips from Atlanta to Asheville and hauled everything from wood to a cement mixer. We couldn't have built this house without the Element.
But, on my current salary as a freelance writer I am not able to afford some general repairs on my nearly 10 year old car. I know that if I can get these repairs done the Element will last several more years.
I need help with Car Repair!
The Element needs a compressor and new tires. It also may need some work done on the transmission.
I know fixing someone else's car is not at the top of most people' s lists, but a little pocket change can go a long way to helping me out. In return, I will be happy to put stickers of your website on my car to advertise.
Any funds I make, even if I do not reach the goal, will be used for any of the repairs on my car that it will afford me.
Making the decision to live off the grid on a mountain was easy. And truth is, I don't drive much these days and keep my carbon footprint pretty low. But occasionally I do need to leave the moutain.
I have some plans for future projects. I plan to do more building using the philosophies of the tiny house movement. To do that, I need a working Element.If you like what I do at 120SquareFeet.com, I can do a lot more!
Other Ways You Can Help
Even if you can't help fix the Element, I would love for you to share my blog with your social circle. If I don't make any money I can at least spread the word about the Tiny House Movement and my quest to live a more simple life.
Blogger and Car Owner