Why Tiny Houses on Wheels Are Better Than a Stick in the Eye

Here in Vancouver, we pay for the availability of delicious green tea cream puffs and vast herds of attractive seabirds with a certain vulnerability to natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, and attacks from slighted sea monsters, pissed that all we've ever done in deference to their mighty powers is name a sushi joint after them. 

Check the correct responses to these disasters in my wheeled house:

Earthquake: Stay put and wiggle around like a dashboard hula girl.

Tsunami: Move.

Flood: Move.

Sea Monster Attack: Slam door, turn stereo up.

Barring a full-scale war with polar bears, I feel pretty confident Thousand Crow will be able to withstand most natural disaster scenarios. Hooray!

Little Miss Crow

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