Tiny house fans see big potential
RIVER FALLS — Paul Haskins’ home is smaller than many single rooms, but the 160 square feet contain a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and art studio.
Haskins lives in what is known as a “tiny house.”
He just moved into his home on wheels, located on his aunt’s property a few miles west of River Falls.
“There’s not as much to worry about in a tiny house,” Haskins said. “In a large house, worries can build up quickly.”