I have been trying to write a HeidiTown blog post for weeks. Let’s face it, this year has been a punch in the gut. I’m not traveling right now and with everything else that’s happening—pandemic, forest fires, nasty politics, continued event cancellations—any creativity that I may have had has left the building (along with my sanity). This website has been neglected since I did the road trip campaign to Southern
I have stayed in four tiny homes and have concluded that I could not permanently live in a tiny house. I am too messy and quite frankly, I like having stuff. As a vacation rental, however, tiny homes are perfect. They more than meet my needs for a weekend getaway and they are ideal for a longer stay. For instance, my parents rented a tiny home for nearly a month
With the average new home in Denver at 2,412 square feet in 2018, according to the Census Bureau, people like big houses. However, there’s something so sweet about staying in a tiny home and despite choosing to live year-round in large homes, people are drawn to tiny vacation homes. I know this is true because my social media engagement goes way up whenever I mention or post a photo about
My parents rented a “tiny home” in Paonia for the month of August and of course, I visited. I stayed for a week and my husband, Ryan, joined us for two nights. It was good to see my parents and to see the North Fork Valley. I was technically “off the clock” but I am always the Mayor of HeidiTown, therefore I had to write a little about the trip.
Ryan and I have been intrigued by the tiny home movement for many years. It stems from Ryan’s ability as a master craftsman to build one himself, after all, he could build one in his shop. Several weeks ago, we had the opportunity to stay at WeeCasa, a tiny home hotel in Lyons, Colorado. Tiny homes are defined as houses under 400 square feet (some folks say under 600), and