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Old 09-07-2013, 11:02 AM   #1
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These look nice Tumbleweedtinyhouses.com

I saw this company on TV today. I turned in tin the middle of the show. The company man said something about Them being designed for living in in them Full time.
looks like they sell plans as well as built units.

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Recently saw a segment on them on one of the RV programs on the Travel Channel. The one shown on the program looked very nice and well made, even "cute" as the wife described, but for 25-60k, I think I'd stick with a traditional unit if I was into TTs. If I was not into RVing, I sure could see having one on a small lake lot or as a hunting cabin.

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I question the aerodynamics of towing such a building for long distances on a trailer that is not designed for such.
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