Photos: Tiny House Giant Journey
Quitting your job and embarking on a grand nomadic journey across the country used to mean leaving home sweet home behind, but with the rise of the tiny house movement, that's no longer the case.
Just ask Jenna Spesard and Guillaume Dutilh, who quit their monotonous 9-to-5 jobs to pursue their dream of touring North America in their custom-built tiny house with their dog, Salies.
It can be daunting to take a leap away from a secure job, but this move actually allowed the couple to pursue their dream careers in travel journalism. Today, Jenna takes on the regular writing duties for the couple's website and blog, Tiny House Giant Journey, while Guillaume puts his professional photography skills to work by visually documenting their steps along the way.
Since the start of their journey in August 2014, the trio has traveled nearly 12,000 miles, and their tiny home on wheels has held up remarkably well.
And you can take a peek inside their humble abode in the photos below:
Hoping to see the tiny house in the wild or attend one of their open houses? Check out this list of future destinations to see if you can catch them somewhere along their route.
Arizona's Painted Desert
Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada
Maneuvering through the streets of Manhattan.
Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas
Everglades National Park in southern Florida
World's largest axe in New Brunswick, Canada
Visiting the lighthouse at Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia, Canada
Camping in upstate New York
The world's largest fire hydrant in Columbia, South Carolina
Driving through New Orleans, Louisiana
Entering New Mexico
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