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    The Tiny House Giant Journey with Guillaume Dutilh, left, and Jenna Spesard stopped at the Eastern Promenade on Wednesday. Behind them is visitor Ainsley Luken of Kennebunk. The 135-square-foot house (excluding the sleeping loft) took exactly one year to build on a Tumbleweed trailer starting on Sept. 2, 2013. Dutilh and Spesard started their journey on Sept. 2, 2014, from Shelbyville, Illinois, traveling through the eastern United States and Canada, with plans to travel south, then west as far as Anchorage, Alaska. The couple quit their day jobs and make a living working as a blogger and photographer. For more information about the house and their journey go to http://tinyhousegiantjourney.com.

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    The view from the bathroom at the 2006 Ford F250 6.0L Powerstroke Turbo Diesel CrewCab Long Bed FX4 that hauls the Tiny House. Cruising speed is 48 mph; mileage: 10 mpg; tow weight: 9,700 pounds.

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    The Tiny House has a bathroom with walls of corrugated roofing and a composting toilet.

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    Pots and pans hang from the ceiling in the kitchen area of the house.

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    Old crates are used as a combination bookshelf, storage and staircase to the sleeping loft.

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    The tiny home's sleeping loft features a 5-inch-thick tick mattress, skylight and recessed lighting.

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    During an open house Jenna Spesard, right, talks about what it's like to live in the Tiny House as visitors look around. Behind her, from left, are Nancy Fredlund, Richard Fredlund of Washington state, and Susan Gillmor of Portland.

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    The Tiny House was parked at the Eastern Promenade with Fort Gorges in the background on Wednesday. The house is built on a 20-foot-long trailer and cost about $30,000 in materials and took about 1,000 hours to build.

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    A detail of the sign on the side of the Tiny House.

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