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Michelle Boyle

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Michelle Boyle is a tiny house enthusiast who lives in Sherwood, Oregon. She is the author of the blog My Empty Nest & My Tiny Perch.

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Tiny houses are growing in popularity, even though in most places in the US, people can't legally live in them.

Big plans for tiny houses

Tiny houses are growing in popularity, even though in most places in the US, people can't legally live in them.

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