“Living the dream” is an obnoxious cliché because it’s rarely used sincerely. Albeit a subjective statement, Mike Basich is actually living the dream. He lives on forty acres in the Sierras, in a tiny house he built himself, complete with a chairlift. If you love being in the mountains, it’s hard to think of a more ideal scenario.
Get the full story on Mike and his tiny house: MTN Life Design: Mike Basich, Area-241
Mike also has a house he can tow behind his truck. Check out: MTN Life Design: Mike Basich’s tiny house on wheels
From Seeker Stories via YouTube:
Pro-snowboarder, Mike Basich, tours his self-built 225 square foot home in the middle of his 40 acre snow covered property near Truckee, CA – and shows how being close to nature drives his most creative decisions.
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