Nobody Believes that he is Living in this Tiny Camper. When He Shows The Inside? Unbelievable!
Paul Elkins has been touring the country in what he calls a “stealth camper.” You’re not going to believe this one until you see. First of all, unlike most other small homes we see, this one is attached to a bicycle. It weighs only 60 pounds and only cost Paul $150 to make! He used four recycled fluted-plastic campaign signs that he scored from a recent election, a $20 used bike, six pine boards he got for a dollar at Home Depot, duct tape, zip ties, and screws. But his “home away from home” isn’t just shelter. It’s a fully functional camper. On the outside, it looks like it’s the size of a doghouse, but on the inside, it’s breathtaking.
The home contains a stove, a bread-pan sink, a counter, food storage, shelving, clothing storage, a bed, LED lighting, and a skylight, and it’s is even insulated. For anyone who needs an emergency home or wants to travel, this little piece of heaven is a game changer.