My house probably doesn't look much like yours. My house is missing some of what you might call necessities, but what my house lacks in a dining room it more than makes up for in versatility. I'll be living for an extended period in a 2007 Toyota Highlander. It doesn't have a bathroom so I shower most mornings in an alpine lake, which surprisingly enough has become an addictive way to start the day (science has proven that shocking your body with extreme cold first thing in the morning causes a metabolic spike and heightened mental awareness, but maybe try a cold shower first). The kitchen is made up of a red Coleman Cooler, mini bbq and versatile camp stove (as I'm sure you can guess my meals are very luxurious). Situation also forces me to spend significant time stealing wifi, sorry to all the mom and pop shops, but I need the steroid internet at Starbucks (also I'm a sucker for blonde roast, such a sellout west coast kid... speaking of coffee I got myself into a funny spot the other day when the tall blonde girl behind the counter asked what she could get me, and, staring directly at her, I told her that what I really needed was a tall blonde... It might've been a grade A pick-up line if she hadn't been frustrated at the hordes of tourists, and if I had actually planned on it implying anything other than my morning coffee.) The best part of my new place is without question the back porch, I'll rarely spot up at a campsite, generally I pull in late enough and duck out early enough to park almost anywhere (Two Jack lake is a great example, I'll park lakeside and wait for sunrise having realized the general times that Id be risking a visit from a grumpy park ranger, this makes for some amazing morning views).
My monthly rent in this chick magnet, family SUV, that screams dependability and environmental awareness is about 500$ (gas isn't cheap, even for a hybrid). The most important part of my new home is that the road is and always has been my most valuable muse, as a writer and photographer my modest square footage squeezes out every possible ounce of inspiration. If I need some company, old friends and new ones are never far, if I need a warm bed after some time in the backcountry, hostels are always close. For the most part though all I need is my sleeping bag and the tight quarters of the back seat.
Let me show you around.