65 Year Old Woman Builds a Tiny House

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A Simpler and Conscientious Way of Life

 

The Silver Bullet tiny house is an exemplary motivation to all people who otherwise think they can’t afford to own and maintain a house of their own.  Built by Vera Struck, a 65 year old disabled cancer survivor, this little off-grid paradise proves that anybody can do anything if they put their mind to it.

 

Most of the homeless, like me, do not want a hand-out. We want a hand-up. After being socially ostracized, discounted and marginalized, we are often invisible to other Americans. The American Dream I grew up with is dead. So I invented and chose a new American Dream. I created the Silver Bullet Tiny House Challenge. Could I build a non-toxic, off-grid, all renewable energy fed, resilient sustainable lifestyle in a mobile tiny house on wheels? Could it be made of reclaimed, repurposed sustainable materials and cost less than $20,000.? Could it serve as a mobile educational exhibit that could inspire individuals and families to decrease their carbon footprint, their economic costs and improve their community involvement by freeing up more time and control of their lives? Taking my future in my own hands, I designed a beautiful, biomimetic tiny house that nurtures my sustainable lifestyle. I used reclaimed resources, found sponsors, repurposed what others left on the roadside, and made my own home.

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