Meet Jenna Spesard and Guillaume Dutilh.
Roughly two years ago they realized they had become bored with their jobs and daily routines. Then they discovered tiny houses. Construction on their tiny home eventually began and they have now been on the road for over a year pursuing Jenna’s dream of writing and Guillaume’s passion for photography.
Jenna and Guillaume’s tiny home has 125 square feet on the bottom floor with a 60 square foot loft. They began construction in September of 2013 and hit the road exactly one year later. It took more than 1,000 hours to complete and came in under $30,000, which isn’t too bad when you consider the average home in America goes for around $360K.
“Guillaume and I have grown as travelers, individuals and as partners in crime. Over the past year, we have collected memories instead of possessions, and we’re happier now than ever before!” – Jenna
To read more about Guillaume, Jenna and their dog Salies visit tinyhousegiantjourney.com