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Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola; Tumbleweed

 Tumbleweed

Tumbleweed

Ok, It’s Day 104 of the Color Your World Challenge and we’re looking for Tumbleweeds!  By definition, a Tumbleweed is a plant in a desert that breaks away from its roots and is blown across the ground by the wind. I like this photo, but I wanted to explore the Tumbleweed a little more so I found a site called Tumbleweed Tiny Houses!

 

The Lindin ,Tumbleweed Tiny House

The Linden, Tumbleweed Tiny House

You need a Tumbleweed Tiny House in yourTumbleweed landscape! Both the Tumbleweed landscape and the Tumbleweed Tiny House provide solitude, don’t you think? It makes it possible to breakaway from your roots. But what if you don’t want to breakaway?

Every retired parent should have this to live in, right in their children’s backyard! If the kids need to move, you can just roll away behind them! And I think they should pay for it too! It’s better than a nursing home, your children can keep an eye on you, and when you’re gone they have a backyard retreat!  Perfect! I would never use the upstairs of the Tumbleweed Tiny House either, I wouldn’t be able to climb up there. Let the grandkids have overnights, I’d never leave the one comfy chair in that kitchen! I believe this could be my last tiny house! The size is right, not much to clean or dust, and it moves on wheels! What more could anyone want? But, why does it cost $61,000?

Tiny Houses are the rage here, especially in places like California, where home prices and apartment rental is so high. What do you think about this living plan? Could you live in a Tiny House?

Tumbleweed has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1993. It is known as Moon Rock and Squid Tan in the “Discovery Series,” and Boardwalk, the color for New Jersey in the “State Crayon Collection”.

This post is just one of many in the Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola Challenge! 

Check out some of the other 150+ challenge participants, it’s amazing what we have done with the Crayola colors!

 

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