Living Big In A Tiny House

Living Big In A Tiny House

Vor 18 Tage

In this weeks episode we travel into the High Sierra region of California to visit a dynamic young family who are living big in a yurt home on their 30 acre homestead / permaculture property.
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Traditionally used by nomads in Central Asia, yurts are much less common in the west, however these well insulated, portable structures are certainly starting to become a popular option amongst those seeking an affordable, alternative home.
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Brett and Beth together with their son Sequoia have established a beautiful lifestyle in their yurt and on their land, where they grow food, live (almost) off the grid and are working on regenerating the land through permaculture.
The couple also have the benefit of working from home as educators in permaculture and homesteading though their website: highsierrapermaculture.com/
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Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Camera: Bryce Langston & Rasa Pescud
Editing: Rasa Pescud
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Eva H
Eva H Vor 2 Stunden
Bryce you always cover peoples lives so well. ...thank you!
mindfreedom1
mindfreedom1 Vor 12 Stunden
Give me a 🌵 and I will kill it!😓
Suzi Seha
Suzi Seha Vor 18 Stunden
Gee, I wonder if they were affected by the recent (current?) fires in California.
moss pawz
moss pawz Vor 21 Stunde
Im working on building a yurt, and finding land to build it on.
Toni Everitt
Toni Everitt Vor Tag
love this really wicked and no one to bover u love it.
charleyn71
charleyn71 Vor Tag
I reallyloved this video. They even made me want to live there. And 35.000$ is incredible! Awesome!
Stacy M
Stacy M Vor 2 Tage
They seem like wonderful people, and the home is beautiful! Now I have to ask, and hope someone will come back and answer: Are they safe from the fire situations in the state?
Rannulfr
Rannulfr Vor 2 Tage
These people are richer than anyone in the cities. That quality of life, being close to nature and the permaculture lifestyle is what living and being a human being is really about.
samuel ssenkolooto
samuel ssenkolooto Vor 2 Tage
Very adorable a concept
Pizza
Pizza Vor 2 Tage
Tiny houses are so dope. If I ever win the lottery, I am hiring architects to build me 10 of them.
Parviz Naseri
Parviz Naseri Vor 3 Tage
🌷🌸🌹🌻🌼
Trinity Kay
Trinity Kay Vor 3 Tage
Wow this is really super nice!!!
Luckyfish Gets Away
Luckyfish Gets Away Vor 4 Tage
This is a wonderful example of a couple plus one... genuinely going for it in a Western context. That is difficult. Nice blend of business (permaculture advisory), land custodianship and living lightly. Then going the extra yard of sharing it to the wider world. Thanks Living Big, Brett & Beth.
kamonir
kamonir Vor 4 Tage
How do they receive or send mail?
Gabbi C
Gabbi C Vor 4 Tage
Beautiful land, beautiful couple and baby. Awesome land. One of a kind. I can't wait till my tiny house becomes one for my family. Enjoy you guys, you taught me so much. ❤
Laurie B
Laurie B Vor 4 Tage
Imagine having the money to buy 30 ACRES OF LAND IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. I ain't going outside to sit on an open john in that case. Brrrr!
Charles Bush
Charles Bush Vor 5 Tage
lovely
Jen Waddell
Jen Waddell Vor 6 Tage
Pretty darn cool! I love this family! Now, if i found out they were Christians and Loved the Lord, ID BE EVEN MORE IMPRESSED!! IT ALL GOES HAND IN HAND YA KNOW! The Good Lord gave us this beautiful land to do just what these folks are doing! I hope they know that and give thanks!😄🙏🇺🇸
taz santiago
taz santiago Vor 6 Tage
I’m 38 years old I come from the Bronx New York city and now living in Boston Massachusetts. And I am so tired of city living... with New Hampshire just right up the street seriously considering yurt living. You guys have a beautiful family and a beautiful home thank you for sharing your video with us. If you ever want a visitor and a helping hand for a month or two let me know 👍🏼
Caroline Bibb
Caroline Bibb Vor 7 Tage
I hope they survived the fires
paxwallacejazz
paxwallacejazz Vor 7 Tage
Still more expensive than earth bag but quicker.
Alisha Macaulay
Alisha Macaulay Vor 7 Tage
I hope they keep safe with the fires
MWoSmancan Kutuk
MWoSmancan Kutuk Vor 7 Tage
Bizim atalarımız böyle yurtlarda yaşamışlar.
Shaun Porter
Shaun Porter Vor 7 Tage
No body needs 30 acres to live on. Thats just greedy.
Darrah Peklak
Darrah Peklak Vor 7 Tage
Wow! Some of these I'm like "I could not do that." But that Yurt is so sweet! I would love to know what they do for a living and how they balance maintaining the property with work.
Pink Skin
Pink Skin Vor 7 Tage
Too bad our local governments won't let yurts be used in many places.
Joe danero
Joe danero Vor 7 Tage
This shit ain't natural. Humans are social creatures not nomads. This kid. wheew. Good luck to him. It's great his parents had their fill, but that child isn't going to be socialized well. This seems like an episode of extreme coddlers.
John Dozier
John Dozier Vor 7 Tage
Very well done Ger!
syl pascale
syl pascale Vor 8 Tage
Really nice, what part of the Sierra's is this?
Spydaman 4loko
Spydaman 4loko Vor 8 Tage
Perfect way to live
Never Mind
Never Mind Vor 8 Tage
Every town and municipality in the US have a lot of decent, secure, clean and peaceful small communities within their district. I assume you folks can be categorized as Middle Class why not rent or buy a house in those areas instead of living out in the woods.
A G
A G Vor 8 Tage
For me as a Kazakh it's interesting how yurt looks with western touch. I love the idea of windows and walls. But using electricity, propane, having some base under kills the sacred meaning of what yurt really is. They could use natural felt so no need of cooling or heating the space, maybe only when it's -30°C or lower. But i guess it's impossible in California. No hate just my view) People are really nice, love their attitude)
Nicole Love
Nicole Love Vor 8 Tage
Hope all is well
jean405
jean405 Vor 8 Tage
I hope you visit them again, in a few years time, I would like to know how they get on. They were quite inspiring!
Peter Pascone
Peter Pascone Vor 8 Tage
I would really love to know how they framed the inside of their yurt with drywall? Did they also do the ceiling? Thank you Bryce, I always enjoy watching your videos!
Patric Bunny
Patric Bunny Vor 9 Tage
The most efficient way for people to contribute to the environment is to go out into the wilderness and kill themselves so thier dead body will support the environment
Adem Paksoy
Adem Paksoy Vor 9 Tage
yurt with dry wall? modern kitchen?
Ɲɛѵɛʀɱѳʀɛ
Ɲɛѵɛʀɱѳʀɛ Vor 9 Tage
I really appreciate this young couple for choosing the normal,natural way of life instead of the manufactured, unhealthy way of life. Everything you have said rings true. I think your perspective on life is great.
Leila L
Leila L Vor 9 Tage
It would have been nicer 2 simply attach a smaller Yurt to the main one rather that a regular building 🙄
smk world
smk world Vor 9 Tage
Sooooo wonderful
Evagoblog
Evagoblog Vor 10 Tage
Bryce, can you please comment on this (you usually do) if you can't mentionthe city (it wouldn't make much difference as their home is so hidden) could you state whether or not this couple lived in an area affected by the fires that are so often happening now in CA. I want to live in a rural forested area but am frightened to do so (unless I build my cement dome house) because of all the forest fires happening, I feel due to global warming. Even Malibu which I think of more of a beach town, constantly suffering from fire.
ladygabrielle36
ladygabrielle36 Vor 10 Tage
Does anyone see how he looks at his wife?😻
Mysara Braikat
Mysara Braikat Vor 10 Tage
they filmed the episode then got back to their mansion
StarmenRock
StarmenRock Vor 10 Tage
shitting outsude in the cold must be tough... having a bad diarrhea in the middle of the night when its really fucking cold :c theres not even a curtain too..
Marci Boecking
Marci Boecking Vor 11 Tage
Love this family! All the shots of their little guy made my heart melt. SO cute.
Rohit Bhusan
Rohit Bhusan Vor 11 Tage
So incredibly beautiful. I'm inspired :)
Co McMIchael
Co McMIchael Vor 11 Tage
Beautiful
c k
c k Vor 11 Tage
you guys are goals. lovvvve
T F
T F Vor 11 Tage
Such beauty in the land and home. I wonder if they would be open to community permaculture living. 30 acres is a lot for such a small family. An acre or 2 could sustain them easy and give them the privacy still.
TMIDiva
TMIDiva Vor 11 Tage
I applaud the enthusiasm. Planting crops might be simple in areas of California, but you need to research the climate in areas of higher elevation. If your aim is subsistence, you might need to up your game and erect a green house. Farming in the Sierra Foothills? Yeah, good luck with that.
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