Last September, with Hurricane Irma taking aim at us, we decided a month early to advance our west coast relocation plans. We traded in an oceanfront tiny house condo in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, for a Salmon Bay harbor view tiny house in Seattle, Washington. This was a plan which had been in the works for more than a year.
We were in Puerto Adventuras, Mexico on the Riviera Maya in a tiny house with an incredible Caribbean Sea beach front/harbor view for 13 months until mid September 2014. While on location in the State of Quintana Roo, we developed our Caribbean travel website sector of the Cruise Ship Wave Network.
While in Mexico, we explored Puerto Aventuras, Paamul, Puerto Morelos, Akumal, Tulum, Playa del Carmen, Cozumel and Cancun.
Then, for the next three years, we further extended our Network, increasing our cruise ship trackers and webcams in port cities. But, after Hurricane Matthew in 2015, we decided to begin working from the west coast of the U.S. and Canada before Irma came our way.
After Myrtle Beach, we paused in the Portland Oregon – Vancouver, Washington area to explore the Tiny House Movement in more depth for a few months. Largely thanks to our booth at the Portland Great American Tiny House Show, we now have a fan base of 150+ both young and old, who have embraced the Tiny House Lifestyle, much like we have for the past five years.
Keep a watchful eye on this space as we explore cruise ports in Seattle, British Columbia and Alaska – and yes we are still living tiny!
- Alaska Cruise Ship Tracker – Port of Seattle
- Pacific Ocean Cruise Weather Wind Speeds
- Pacific Ocean Cruise Weather Wave Heights
- Tiny House Wanderlust
- Caribbean Ship Tracker
- Webcams in Myrtle Beach
- Puerto Aventuras, Mexico
- Cozumel View
- Webcams in California
- Webcams in Portland