I use the wagon for meditation and made a portable altar for my Buddhist practices. (I have taken to calling it the “Wheel of Dharma retreat wagon” and plan to paint some auspicious emblems on the outside.) I took the wagon down to Cape Cod in September for a solo retreat.
Friday, December 11, 2009
Now here's lovely, Tim Kasten's towable wagon built on a small utility trailer as showcased on Tiny House Blog. It's all kitted out for actual living (folding mattress, camping stove, fairly basic lavatory...) and built by Creative Carpentry and Construction in Montpelier, Vermont using plywood, Douglas fir and pine bead board. While it would be a marvellous place to work in, Tim has other uses for it:
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