Buckingham County, Virginia
A few months ago, I shared part of Melanie Copeland’s tiny story and her journey to find a legal place to live in the tiny home, her and her husband built at an Incredible Tiny Home workshop.
Throw back to our build 🙂
Posted by Serenitas Tiny Living on Sunday, January 5, 2020
It is such an inspiration for us all, where the story left off was with Melanie finding land for her and her husband John and their dog Shiloh, where they were going to be able to live in their tiny home on wheels as a legal dwelling, year around, without removing the wheels in Buckingham County, Virginia.
I will include the original story at the end of this blog post. The name of their home is called Serenitas, which is Latin for Calm. In their story, Calm came after the Storm, not before.
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Posted by Serenitas Tiny Living on Sunday, March 8, 2020
They successfully moved to their land and are now busy getting ready for summer.
Posted by Serenitas Tiny Living on Monday, November 11, 2019
Moving Serenitas To Their Own Land!
I am enjoying following the progress on their land. They are building a Natural Fence With Twigs.
John and Melanie Built Their Own Chicken Coop
Follow John and Melanie on the Serenitas Tiny Living Facebook page and see their exciting progress!
Melanie has a wood burning cottage business and made a frame of the letter she received from Buckingham County, Virginia, allowing her family to live on their own land with their tiny home as a legal dwelling.