Ariel McGlothin was looking for affordable housing in a town she had come to love after working at a ski resort and living in Wyoming for about 6-1/2 years. She found this tiny house — 170 square feet and on wheels — and made it her home in the western mountains. An outdoors enthusiast since she was a child, McGlothin enjoys gardening, hiking, and wildlife photography, and keeping a tiny home allows her to spend significant time on her outdoor pursuits, she says.
McGlothin lives off the grid, chopping wood and maintaining a solar system and backup battery banks, for warmth and electricity. She shares the challenges, the good and the bad, with a growing audience on her Youtube channel, Fy Nyth, which is Welsh for “my nest.”
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