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Rolling Homes: Handmade Houses on Wheels

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With the spirit of yesterday’s covered wagon and the mobility of today’s recreational vehicle, these individually crafted houses on wheels form an original artistic and cultural movement. They combine the do-it-yourself tradition with the American faith that “you can take it with you.” Blending art with technology and economy with style, they satisfy th
Paperback, 96 pages
Published May 1st 1979 by A & W Pub (first published January 1st 1979)
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Matte Resist
I've been wanting to see this book for a while. I finally was able to get my hands on a copy through an interlibrary loan. This book is mostly pictures, fantastic pictures, but mostly pictures. I could have gone for some serious detail on how the houses were built: plumbing, electrical, etc. But that's not what this book is.... that's just what I was hoping for.

This book is chock full of pictures of a variety of different styles of homemade houses on wheels. There are ones build out of buses, sm
James P.
Great little book! Makes me want to sale my house, and hit the road. However, life brings me back to reality buy reminding me I have to many bills to just up and drop everything. Hopefully in the near future i'll be able to. I do think I'll look into getting a rig/small bus and start creating my "Rolling Home" it's a freedom that looks very enticing.
I read this in one sitting. I have been interested in houses on wheels ever since I read Christopher Moeley's : Parnassus on Wheels , which I highly recommend. Rolling Homes shows a number of beautiful handmade houses on wheels, some very small and cozy and some look large enough to fit in all you might ever need. Cool book.
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