Andrew Campbell's Gypsy Wagons

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Hi there,

My name is Andrew Campbell. I live in Plain WA, and was staying in my new gypsy wagon in Port Townsend last week when I ran across a copy of your book Tiny Homes on the Move. Lo and behold on the cover was a picture of Steve and Katy’s bus. Steve works with me here in Plain in my wood shop. Anyway he said I ought to send you some pics of my gypsy wagons. The red one I built two years ago and the blue one I built for my oldest son to live in when he goes to college in a couple years. We will camp out in it in the meantime and use it for guests to stay in. Will send more pictures and info, if you are interested. I have no website. Just finished the blue one so no great pictures yet, but that can be arranged any time if you are interested in more.

Love your books, love what people are doing with small spaces. Started my woodworking career building boat interiors, so I love fitting out small spaces.

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8 Responses to Andrew Campbell's Gypsy Wagons

  1. Mike W says:

    nice appearance and use of space. How long is the wagon’s body, not including trailer ends and any weight of house. Looking at options for truck chassis mount. Might want to think about a web site to gauge interest..

  2. Shelly says:

    Love it! More pictures please, and do you sell any? Thanks!

    dreamin of living small…

    • Andrew Campbell says:

      Hi Shelly I have only built two sofar and feel I have a pretty good handle on it now with much more to learn. I only do custom work so if you have interest in one being built for you you can contact me at beaverhillwoodcrafters@gmail.com. Thanks for your interest.

  3. Anonymous says:

    How did you bend the wood?

  4. Susan thomas says:

    I would like to find out about the stats, this is what my next home will look like….
    Thank you..

  5. Ryan says:

    Beautiful that is a tiny house I could live in -can definitely see your boat building influence

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