Alexis and Christian of Tiny House Expedition came into town this week after traveling 14,000 miles on their journey to document exciting developments in the tiny house movement across the country and Canada!
We slowed them down just enough to get them to eat and tell us their story.
They are the filmmaker duo behind Tiny House Expedition, a documentary and community outreach project that seeks to inspire folks to think big and build small as a means to provide more sustainable, quality housing & more connected communities. Alexis and Christian are creating an educational documentary, Living Tiny Legally, featuring case studies of how a handful of cities from all over the country are making legal tiny housing a reality, like Spur. They are also creating a documentary series on the tiny house movement with an emphasis on the dynamic people and community projects that creatively use tiny housing to meet the needs of the community, again like Spur.
“We are smitten with Spur, and it’s pioneering spirit. It’s small town full of big possibilities for tiny house people seeking a truly affordable, simpler way of life within a tight-knit community. This is a town not be underestimated.” exclaimed Alexis.
Alexis and Christian’s travels began in North Carolina, where they built their tiny house on wheels. They have another year of travel ahead, and have promised to return to Spur. It’s even rumored that they might buy a lot here…Stay tuned! You can now follow their expedition across the US and Canada on our new page Trails page. Learn more about their journey with purpose on their website, http://www.tinyhouseexpedition.com, and follow their adventures on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Periscope and YouTube.