Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Tiny teardrop trailer forts for kids?

The teardrop trailer/camper shown is actually a home built job, and a small version at that, but why not take something as tiny as a landscaping trailer, even one a mere 5' or 6' in length, and build a tiny, tiny plywood shelled version for kids as a fort or a playhouse/clubhouse? Then again, to build one 7' or 8' long, when the kids do outgrow it, it STILL could be used for camping by adults, or marketable in terms of resale- not that you need to be thinking THAT far ahead- it never hurts though....

  Derek "Deek" Diedricksen runs the blog Relaxshacks.com, Hosts "Tiny Yellow House" TV on youtube, and is author of the tiny house, fort, cabin, treehouse, and cottage design book "Humble Homes, Simple Shacks" which you can check out by clicking HERE.  

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