The impressive tiny house on wheels of this woman is the dream of every solo female traveler.


This woman from New Zealand is living a life in a tiny house on wheels that most of us can only dream of.

Jude is a solo female traveler living in a cozy and fully self-sufficient home mounted on the bed of a brand-new truck.

After eight years of living on the road in poorly insulated motorhomes designed by others, she decided to build her own comfortable tiny house for life on the go.

Now, Jude travels alone and carefree in the warmth of her spectacular tiny home on wheels.

Her truck is currently stationed in a beautiful secluded area in New Zealand, offering breathtaking views of the country’s stunning landscape.

As the entire tiny house movement gained momentum, Jude fell in love with the idea of building one. However, she didn’t want to set it on land if she were to have one. She wanted to be able to move and explore new places.

That’s exactly what she did.

At first, Jude thought about getting a used truck to save costs. However, she ultimately opted for a new one to travel worry-free and stay safe on the road during her long solo journeys.

Her tiny house is 6.4 meters long and 2.4 meters wide and completely self-sufficient. It’s equipped with self-contained tanks that hold gray and black water like a typical motorhome.

Jude has also installed an 800-watt solar panel on the roof of the truck.

The exterior of the house is made of two different colors of treated cedar, and all the windows were handcrafted by the builder.

Jude’s tiny house truck doesn’t have windows in the front, but the large panoramic window at the back of the truck more than makes up for it. She strategically placed it there to feel like she’s outdoors even when she’s sitting on her own couch.

Upon entering the house, one wouldn’t even notice that they’re in a house on wheels.

The large panoramic window and beautiful French doors help bring all the wonderful elements of nature right into Jude’s living room.

These features make the home so airy that anyone indoors wouldn’t feel the slightest bit claustrophobic, even when it’s closed.

Just like the outside, the inside of the house boasts beautiful woodworking. Jude loves working with this material because she can easily drill a hole and hang all her artworks on the walls.

The living room, which doubles as a yoga room in the mornings, transforms into her sleeping area at night. Jude also has a fold-down bed with a rope system that drops straight down and lies at the foot of her pull-out bed.

After years of constantly feeling cold on the road, Jude made it her mission to install a fireplace in her tiny house.

Her kitchen provides enough space to do pretty much anything she wants. There’s plenty of storage space, a pantry, generous counter space, a full-size gas stove, and a regular-sized refrigerator.

The house has a large bathroom with a full-size standalone shower, a vanity, and a micro-flush toilet.

Jude has been living alone in her tiny house truck for over a year, and many people ask her if she ever gets scared and lonely.

« So, I park up in some pretty amazing places, and often I’m the only person here.

But I never get scared because you get a feel for a place, whether it’s got a good vibe or a bad vibe or the type of people you see during the day.

And I refuse to base my life on what somebody else might do, » she said.

As for loneliness…

« I just think about the people I meet. And you know, I meet some amazing people. I’m sitting here, I’ve got these wonderful views, I’m reading my book and doing this and that.

And then I think, ‘Oh, I haven’t spoken to anybody today.’ So, I’ll go and find someone to talk to, » Jude explained with a laugh.

Take a tour of this incredible self-sufficient tiny house truck in the video below.

Good Info