Laura Ling is an American journalist whose YouTube Channel, Seeker Stories, brings viewers on a journey all around the world to take a “deep look at some of the world’s most unique individuals, places, and cultures.” This includes an interview with former professional snowboarder Mike Basich about his truly incredible tiny house.
Mike had everything most people could dream of. He made $170,000 a year and he had a 4,000-sq.-ft. house and an expensive car. He even had the opportunity to travel all around the world. Despite his abundance of blessings, he longed for a much simpler life.
Fans of the Tiny House Movement all insist that living a life free from the burden of things they don’t need helps them find true happiness — just ask the owner of this 186-sq.-ft. Vancouver tiny house.
After hundreds of competitions that brought fortune and fame, Mike decided to rediscover the reason he fell in love with snowboarding to begin with. He moved to a 225-sq.-ft. tiny house with no electricity or running water, but he has 40 acres in snow-covered Soda Springs, CA that he can call his own.
I have never really thought that tiny house-living was for me, but once I saw those views around the 4:15 mark, I reconsidered. It’s incredible!
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