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Scott Berrier and Melissa Meshey smile inside their tiny home, built at Liberation Tiny Homes, on June 5, 2019 in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. - In a country where bigger is nearly always better -- think supersize fries, giant cars and 10-gallon hats -- more and more Americans are downsizing their living quarters. Welcome to the world of tiny homes, most of them less than 430 square feet (40 square meters), which savvy buyers are snapping up for their minimalist appeal and much smaller carbon footprints. (Photo by Don Emmert / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Thomas URBAIN, "Tiny houses all the rage for eco-conscious Americans"
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Melissa Meshey walks out of her tiny home called Grackle, built at Liberation Tiny Homes, on June 5, 2019 in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. - In a country where bigger is nearly always better -- think supersize fries, giant cars and 10-gallon hats -- more and more Americans are downsizing their living quarters. Welcome to the world of tiny homes, most of them less than 430 square feet (40 square meters), which savvy buyers are snapping up for their minimalist appeal and much smaller carbon footprints. (Photo by Don Emmert / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Thomas URBAIN, "Tiny houses all the rage for eco-conscious Americans"
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Marcus Stoltzfus talks about the tiny homes built at Liberation Tiny Homes on June 5, 2019 in Leola, Pennsylvania. - In a country where bigger is nearly always better -- think supersize fries, giant cars and 10-gallon hats -- more and more Americans are downsizing their living quarters. Welcome to the world of tiny homes, most of them less than 430 square feet (40 square meters), which savvy buyers are snapping up for their minimalist appeal and much smaller carbon footprints. (Photo by Don Emmert / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Thomas URBAIN, "Tiny houses all the rage for eco-conscious Americans"
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Marcus Stoltzfus talks about the tiny homes built at Liberation Tiny Homes on June 5, 2019 in Leola, Pennsylvania. - In a country where bigger is nearly always better -- think supersize fries, giant cars and 10-gallon hats -- more and more Americans are downsizing their living quarters. Welcome to the world of tiny homes, most of them less than 430 square feet (40 square meters), which savvy buyers are snapping up for their minimalist appeal and much smaller carbon footprints. (Photo by Don Emmert / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Thomas URBAIN, "Tiny houses all the rage for eco-conscious Americans"
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Brandy Jones adjusts the TV set in her tiny home on June 5, 2019 in Reading, Pennsylvania. - In a country where bigger is nearly always better -- think supersize fries, giant cars and 10-gallon hats -- more and more Americans are downsizing their living quarters. Welcome to the world of tiny homes, most of them less than 430 square feet (40 square meters), which savvy buyers are snapping up for their minimalist appeal and much smaller carbon footprints. (Photo by Don Emmert / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Thomas URBAIN, "Tiny houses all the rage for eco-conscious Americans"
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Micah Waltman (below) and Skip work on a tiny home at Liberation Tiny Homes on June 5, 2019 in Leola, Pennsylvania. - In a country where bigger is nearly always better -- think supersize fries, giant cars and 10-gallon hats -- more and more Americans are downsizing their living quarters. Welcome to the world of tiny homes, most of them less than 430 square feet (40 square meters), which savvy buyers are snapping up for their minimalist appeal and much smaller carbon footprints. (Photo by Don Emmert / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Thomas URBAIN, "Tiny houses all the rage for eco-conscious Americans"
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Skip works on a tiny home at Liberation Tiny Homes on June 5, 2019 in Leola, Pennsylvania. - In a country where bigger is nearly always better -- think supersize fries, giant cars and 10-gallon hats -- more and more Americans are downsizing their living quarters. Welcome to the world of tiny homes, most of them less than 430 square feet (40 square meters), which savvy buyers are snapping up for their minimalist appeal and much smaller carbon footprints. (Photo by Don Emmert / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Thomas URBAIN, "Tiny houses all the rage for eco-conscious Americans"
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Marcus Stoltzfus talks about the tiny homes built at Liberation Tiny Homes on June 5, 2019 in Leola, Pennsylvania. - In a country where bigger is nearly always better -- think supersize fries, giant cars and 10-gallon hats -- more and more Americans are downsizing their living quarters. Welcome to the world of tiny homes, most of them less than 430 square feet (40 square meters), which savvy buyers are snapping up for their minimalist appeal and much smaller carbon footprints. (Photo by Don Emmert / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Thomas URBAIN, "Tiny houses all the rage for eco-conscious Americans"
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Marcus Stoltzfus talks about the tiny homes built at Liberation Tiny Homes on June 5, 2019 in Leola, Pennsylvania. - In a country where bigger is nearly always better -- think supersize fries, giant cars and 10-gallon hats -- more and more Americans are downsizing their living quarters. Welcome to the world of tiny homes, most of them less than 430 square feet (40 square meters), which savvy buyers are snapping up for their minimalist appeal and much smaller carbon footprints. (Photo by Don Emmert / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Thomas URBAIN, "Tiny houses all the rage for eco-conscious Americans"
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Brandy Jones sits in a hammock outside of her tiny home on June 5, 2019 in Reading, Pennsylvania. - In a country where bigger is nearly always better -- think supersize fries, giant cars and 10-gallon hats -- more and more Americans are downsizing their living quarters. Welcome to the world of tiny homes, most of them less than 430 square feet (40 square meters), which savvy buyers are snapping up for their minimalist appeal and much smaller carbon footprints. (Photo by Don Emmert / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Thomas URBAIN, "Tiny houses all the rage for eco-conscious Americans"
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Marcus Stoltzfus talks about the tiny homes built at Liberation Tiny Homes on June 5, 2019 in Leola, Pennsylvania. - In a country where bigger is nearly always better -- think supersize fries, giant cars and 10-gallon hats -- more and more Americans are downsizing their living quarters. Welcome to the world of tiny homes, most of them less than 430 square feet (40 square meters), which savvy buyers are snapping up for their minimalist appeal and much smaller carbon footprints. (Photo by Don Emmert / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Thomas URBAIN, "Tiny houses all the rage for eco-conscious Americans"
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A reporter looks in the window of a tiny home called Alfa in the woods of Tiny Home Estates on June 5, 2019 in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. - In a country where bigger is nearly always better -- think supersize fries, giant cars and 10-gallon hats -- more and more Americans are downsizing their living quarters. Welcome to the world of tiny homes, most of them less than 430 square feet (40 square meters), which savvy buyers are snapping up for their minimalist appeal and much smaller carbon footprints. (Photo by Don Emmert / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Thomas URBAIN, "Tiny houses all the rage for eco-conscious Americans"
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