Timeless. Perfect. Great going you guys.
I wish I had your artistic talent. You nailed the beautiful look of old patina. I’ve restored an old 1941 lobster boat and my next project will be a Tumbleweed tiny house. Your work is a true inspiration. Thanks for sharing!!
I really love the rustic look here, and it’s nice to see a tiny home from my home town!
You’ve accomplished much and did a lovely, thoughtful restoration. Your home has a wonderful personality!
Best bus by far, ever, this has soul.
Love your style – and your story – thewinnebagodiaries on blogspot, y’all! check it out for a really inspired read.
Love it! So many beautiful details 🙂
I love it!!!!
Lovin this work of art, wow! Thanks for sharing.
One of my favorite Winnebago models, very nicely done. Your candles are really cool, too. Does the Winnie still run? What is the parking situation, do you own the land, rent from a friend or is this in a campground?
that is sooo cool!
Hey Miss, I am pretty amazed to be here and to gather this marvelous stuff to read and to explore much interesting article. Good to be here and to read this awesome article.
Oh my! This tiny home is absolutely gorgeous! It will be in my dreams tonight, so lovely! What a life!
Winnebago Zen. Feels authentic. The care that went into all the design details is palpable. Very nice.
Excellent style! I love “shabby chic”! Its one of the few styles I think i could manage to keep up..lol
Incredible! You’ve really made an RV seem like a home. I love it. 🙂
I hope the restoration/rebuild included plenty of insulation!
Peter don’t put your finger in electrical sockets. It could hurt you.
It’s so freakin pretty! Makes me wanna roll on the floor in giddy delight. In the words of a former life – this. ALL.THE.FEELS. All of them. So much hipster chic in one place. Yes. It looks to be in that niche between show-room and “hey I can actually LIVE here.” Especially love the door.
i bought an ’84 allegro about 4 years ago and i should have walked away when the brand new battery was dead. it also had 250,000 miles on its detroit diesel engine. nearly everything broke down or hardly worked after a short time. i sold it to a guy and the engine caught fire when he moved it. my toyota truck based rv was much better but don’t buy an oldie.
Wow, you are living my dream 🙂
GYPSYS! Watch out! They’ll run off with your children!
Good, but it needs some upgrade like this http://www.muycurioso.net/articulo/curiosidades/una-caravana-del-año-1954-totalmente-restaurada.html
very nice to see someone living the life we all yearn for in our heart and souls
I love it . feels like home .very peaceful atmosphere .good for you two .blessings for your candle business to boom.
This is so beautiful and such a lovely way to live 🙂
It’s so freakin lovely! Makes me wanna move on the floor in wired enjoyment. In the expressions of a previous life – this. ALL.THE.FEELS. Every one of them. So much fashionable person chic in one place. Indeed. It seems to be in that specialty between indicate room and “hello I can, in reality, LIVE here.” Especially adore the entryway.
I like the pictures. Beautiful. 😀
Would love to see more photos of the bathroom – and how you made that great fridge door!
We have almost the same layout Chieftain – great ideas. Thanks!
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