WHEELIE LIVING: ALL MY HOUSES HAVE WHEELS explores the possibilities of living in houses that have wheels, including RVs, park model trailer houses, and mobile homes. These are viable alternatives to living in houses fixed in one place on foundations. Houses on wheels are generally cheaper to own and live in than are conventional houses. This is generally true even if the houses on wheels are “per...
Paperback: 60 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 22, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.1 x 11 inches
Amazon Rank: 5060453
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Always amazed of creative ways for living inexpensively. I've talked to family members about affordability of mobile homes but most are stuck on overly priced conventional housing. Mobile homes have come a long way and can get pricey. I like idea of ...
arked, as mobile homes and park model trailer houses usually are. Some houses on wheels called recreational vehicles (RVs) – especially motorhomes, travel trailers, and fifth wheels – have the advantage that you can not only live in them but also travel in them. All of the houses that the author Jack Wiley lives in now – a 10 foot wide by 58 foot long mobile home and two small motorhomes that he uses for general transportation and for on-the-road RVing – have wheels, and this has been true for all of the houses he has lived in since February 1998, which totals up to about eighteen years. In addition to this, he had lived in three different trailer houses for a total of about five years previous to this. This book covers not only the how and why of his own wheelie living, but also how he has seen other people doing it. He also gives many other possibilities for doing it that he has heard of or thought of.