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Living Tiny

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View Living Tiny by Paul Meyers and Paul Donatelli. (Running Time: 7:17)

Living Tiny explores a new vision of home through three Californians who are embracing an alternative to traditional construction: Sebastopol's Jay Shafer, founder of Tumbleweed Tiny House Company; Petaluma's Steve Marshall, owner of Little House on the Trailer, and Austin Hay, a teenage homebuilder in Santa Rosa.

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