Dominique Moody took three years to build her dream home.
Moody’s minuscule residence — named “The Nomad” — is a 7-by-20-foot house on wheels, writes Stephanie Case in the LA Weekly. She built it from salvaged materials, including two washing-machine doors that she repurposed as porthole-like windows.
Moody is legally blind; 20 years ago her vision began to fade, and now she only has peripheral vision with no center sight. She has to hire drivers for the Nomad, and has needed help to build it. Built at a warehouse in Pasadena, it's now ready to hit the road.
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