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What’s the big idea?

For many, tiny houses let them live freely, pragmatically
Greg Parham of Durango says his tiny house has all the necessary amenities – a loft for sleeping, and a kitchen with a stove and water heater that operate on propane. Parham, like others, has found a way to have more freedom, a simpler lifestyle and not be bound to an unmanageable mortgage.
Greg Parham of Durango said he’s made this 151-square-foot tiny house his home since April.
“It’s built for full-time living,” tiny house builder Greg Parham said about the 151-square-foot home he built for himself.
Greg Parham of Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses gets a hand from Laura Faubion in building a home at his Durango shop.

What’s the big idea?

Greg Parham of Durango says his tiny house has all the necessary amenities – a loft for sleeping, and a kitchen with a stove and water heater that operate on propane. Parham, like others, has found a way to have more freedom, a simpler lifestyle and not be bound to an unmanageable mortgage.
Greg Parham of Durango said he’s made this 151-square-foot tiny house his home since April.
“It’s built for full-time living,” tiny house builder Greg Parham said about the 151-square-foot home he built for himself.
Greg Parham of Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses gets a hand from Laura Faubion in building a home at his Durango shop.
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