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Originally posted by ABNARTY
I like the idea of "scaling down" but.....
Those look like self built construction. Where do they keep their tools to make the home?
I saw no cars, how does that one guy procure food in the Vermont winter?
While the first house sat two in the front but fed four, where do the other two sit?
A+ for right direction but they seem more boutique than functional.
Originally posted by mnmcandiez
reply to post by blazenresearcher
Having enough room to stretch your arms out in is not an extravagance. The room I grew up in, you could barley stretch one arm out to the other side of the wall without hitting the other wall. It sucked.
Let me guess, you live in a house/apartment and never have been confined to any sort of small mandatory living space?
Prison cells are bigger than this thing.
If you must know...I was privileged as a child an grew up in a huge Victorian on the most coveted street in town. Not that I knew or cared...we lived next to the Library and I spent all my time there....you can guess the rest!
Green/eco nazis are a serious problem. They seem to have an obsession on controlling how other people live.edit on 9/23/2011 by mnmcandiez because: (no reason given)edit on 9/23/2011 by mnmcandiez because: Hedit on 9/23/2011 by mnmcandiez because: (no reason given)
@dth3545 Here are the prices sent to me last year by Stephen from the Little
House on a Trailer:
10 x 12 $12,000
Cedar House $17,500
Art Space $40,000