A Snowboarder’s Unbelievable Tiny House

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Snowboarding For Beginners

If you are interested in taking up a new hobby, and you enjoy thrilling, fast paced action, why not consider snowboarding? Increasing in popularity year on year, snowboarding has always been highly fashionable, and is no more accessible than ever, so you really have no excuse for not giving it a go if you are interested. In this article we will look at the equipment you will need, where to get started, and the things to watch out for when snowboarding.

First thing’s first – get yourself online. Look around, and find out exactly what snowboarding involves. It is a dangerous game, and highly physically taxing. Additionally, it can be quite expensive, so you need to try to ensure it’s right for you. Next you need to look for a board to get you started, and some clothing for wearing on the slopes. First off, forget about buying a top quality board. You need to start off with something cheap and cheerful, designed for beginners. You can find these easily online, and you may also be able to come across some models in your local extreme sports shop. Alternatively, you could try to pick one up second hand from a friend, or from another snowboarder. You also want to make sure you look cool whilst your out there! Check out some of the highly fashionable snowboarding wear, and kit yourself out from hats, to sunglasses to thick socks – make sure you’re prepared for the elements before you set off.

It is worth looking around to find lessons in your local area. Lessons range in availability, quality and price, although you will often find recommendations or local adverts particularly helpful. Again you could look online for some tips to get you on your way. If you do take lessons, it is important to take on board what the instructor says from both a performance and safety perspective. Additionally, get out there and practice between lessons if you ever want to improve. If you stick at it, and work hard, you will eventually see an improvement, and find the sport significantly more enjoyable also.

It is also good to note that snowboarding is a highly dangerous activity and people do get hurt. Before you even think about snowboarding, take some lessons in safety, and make sure you are fully equipped both mentally and physically for avoiding injury to yourself and others. Snowboarding is responsible for many accidents every year, and it is an extreme sport after all – if you’re of a weak disposition, it is perhaps not the best sport for you. Having said that, snowboarding can easily be performed safely with a bit of common sense, and a bit of research, so make sure you’re prepared before you get out there.

Warnings aside, snowboarding is great fun, if you like this sort of thing. Many people adopt the mantra that you should try everything at least once, and as far as snowboarding is concerned, this is definitely true. Try snowboarding once, and join the legions of followers who enjoy snowboarding at every opportunity. Chances are there are clubs and associations in your local town, so get yourself along and join in with like minded people. Your level of experience doesn’t matter, as long as you go along and participate, you will gain a lot from it, and you will definitely have a good time in the process.

A Snowboarder's Unbelievable Tiny House
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35 Responses to A Snowboarder’s Unbelievable Tiny House

  1. justin roderick

    Keep the awesome videos coming this stories are so inspiring 

    • Seeker Stories

      Many more to come! Thanks for watching

    • gustavo Pereira

      +Seeker Stories Can you show us the song list? please

    • NothingmorethanNath

      +Seeker Stories what is the song name used at 1:49?

  2. FrozenEternity

    I could live there. It looks amazing!!!

    • Seeker Stories

      We would too 🙂

  3. High State

    Is that a Husky? Looks like a wolf or hybrid.

    • lacrosse4higher

      might be a malamute but i think its just a husky

    • Lifted CoolCats

      High State siberian husky.

    • Xavier Mondragon Jr

      High State looks like a Marmaduke to me…

    • Sirdiggar

      Xavier Mondragon Jr Marmaduke? as in the movie with the Great Dane? what
      you smoking?
      looks like an Alaskan Malamute to me.

  4. shortywcb

    Hey man, can I live with you or what?

    • narkune

      shortywcb Right, because he’s got the room for guests and all.

  5. Alex King

    awesome sauce..!

  6. Tom Tom

    what a badass cabin. lots of natural light and windows make it look huge!

  7. Dathan Gotham

    can we have a lil hut nearby for visitors to stay the weekend and come ride
    with you? it would be nice to share, but not to the point we invade your
    space. you are so lucky… im grateful you have your dream.

    • bjmxd

      Dathan Gotham it would ruin the private time of him livin there and having
      the privacy of the land he lives on

    • Dathan Gotham

      perhaps… depending…

    • Michael Carriegos

      How do you know? Seems like that is how you would feel, not necessarily
      him. Unless you have some special insight into his personal thoughts, I’d
      say you are just adding your two cents for the sake of it.

    • Ayrton Senior


  8. Too Lit

    Thats amazing

  9. fla playa

    How many others are not in that amount of perfection ?
    *Raises hand first Δ

  10. iFritz

    Honestly if I was a millionaire / architect, I would be living / designing
    homes like these. You don’t need 4 story mansions, 5 car garages, massive
    driveway and a big swimming pool. Just a nice cozy home to share with
    someone. 🙂 this inspires me to design homes like these!

  11. CHRIS T

    so this is the guy from Steep?

    • Nathan mow

      Steep is from him…

  12. Moe


  13. CWT91

    amazing house! This is my ideal life. just me with a dog surrounded by
    beautiful nature


    Nice house and dog!

  15. Ruowang Jian

    damn i want to live there for one night

  16. Lester Suggs

    Who would thumbs down this video?

    • JamesD567

      Brainwashed rat race conformists

  17. HazCP

    bit of a nut job but still pretty cool

  18. Max Renauldo

    Did anybody else notice the lotion bottles on the shelf next to his loft

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  20. Ben Asmus

    This is what I really want to do

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