LaRiviere, who has been working as a librarian, read about tiny houses and decided they were just the right size for her.
“Everything about it seemed to make sense to me. I walked into (a tiny house) and I thought, ‘I can do this. This is the right-sized life,'” she said…
LaRiviere and Johnson say they can live in their home precisely because it’s on a trailer. They say Summit County considers their house a recreational vehicle, and in the county they can recreate year-round.
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