I've also been meaning to take a photo of our "wardrobe" that is located above our bed. It is the dog house-like building on the back part of the bus. It's hard to get a shot of it because it's a little hidden behind the clothes. There is a 20"X 45" opening and there are 2 levels of shelving along 3 sides. Along the top is a rod on which to hang clothes. To access our clothes, we stand on our bed and try not to bump our heads (I'm saying this because it happened to me this weekend. I hit my head so hard that I'm convinced that I got a mini concussion - eeks!)
Our bus is surrounded by trees, trees and more trees. Which in Autumn means leaves, leaves and more leaves! The roof of the bus, including the skylights, are covered in vegetation, so tBOY...
|tBOY is ready with his high tech tools for the job: large heavy duty garbage bag and an elastic (a.k.a. hair tie!)|
|The top comes right off.|
|tBOY insisted on showing the contents of the toilet. There is surprisingly NO foul smell. It smells like soil, which it now mostly is. Toilet paper takes a little longer to decompose, so you can see bits of it in the mix.|
|tBOY placing the bag around the 'solids' container (with the help from the hair tie).|
|Turn over and empty.|
|So who eats our waste? Our friend Peat Moss!|
Ok. That's all for now. I will try to be back soon though. Since the home-building part of teeny tiny living is slowing down, I want to shift the focus of the blog more towards its title: teeny tiny living. I want to start conversations about living small - what that entails and how we are trying to do it. I hope to inspire some discussions in the cyber and the real world about making a smaller footprint on this little planet of ours. I invite all you quiet readers (I know you are out there!) to comment and to tell me about you, your home and your lifestyle choices.