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NPR talks tiny living with the Tacks [Video]
Chris and Malissa Tack chat with NPR's Science Friday about what they lost (7 carloads of stuff went to Goodwill) and what they gained (a sense of freedom) after moving into a tiny-house-on-wheels.
Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 08:50 AM
I guess you could call 'em certifiable tiny house
Chris and Malissa Tack
of Snohomish, Wash., have been all over the place as of late and for good reason: The young married couple's custom-built, trailer-bound abode is one of the more gorgeous — and green-minded — private residences of limited square footage out there. (That Chris is a professional photographer and that they own an adorable kitty named Seth doesn't hurt.)
NPR's Science Friday recently caught up with the Tacks for a most-excellent chat about how they live the good life in 140 square feet.
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