Wind River Tiny Homes designs and builds tiny houses that are, “collaborative, creative, and custom”.
One of the people behind Wind River Tiny Homes, Jeremy, says,
We live in a 276 sq. ft. gooseneck tiny home called the “Nomadic Nest” that was built by Wind River on an episode of Tiny House Nation. We’re loving it. Oh and I’m 6’6″ and 225 lbs. You’d be surprised how big a well designed tiny house feels.
The couple’s Nomadic Nest rests on a gooseneck trailer. Gooseneck trailers resemble fifth wheel trailers, with the notable difference being in the hitch department.
A fifth wheel trailer hitches into a mount that sits in the bed of a pickup truck. A gooseneck trailer on the other hand has a different hitch that fits into a recessed opening in the floor of the pickup’s bed. With a gooseneck trailer, you can retain full use of the bed space inside your truck while still being able to quickly hitch up to a trailer to haul heavy loads.
Called the Nomadic Nest, you won’t find a loft in this tiny house.
A single floor layout provides lots of open space and headroom – even for its 6’6″ owner!
The shower features a hidden bathtub under the floor.
Simply pull up this wooden cover…
And start soaking your worries away.
Wood burning stove.
We’ve seen plenty of wood burning stoves in tiny houses before. Many people who are interested in tiny homes and RVs don’t think they’ll be able to enjoy wood stoves while on the road. This article details a wood burning stove install in a vintage Toyota motorhome.
News clip featuring the Nomadic Nest gooseneck tiny house.
Photos courtesy Wind River Tiny Homes