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Glen Browne
I can't imagine too many people building tiny houses wanting to supplement it it with an outdoor sauna...
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nnigrt

no, i couldnt. it would be cheaper to live in a 1960s era ranch, they are sinking to "dime a dozen" status in most markets. the precious tiny houses that have been featured would all cost more to build than unloved suburban houses.

and if its not about money, then its about footprint. it would have a larger environmental footprint to drive to your far off lot and have materials carted there to build a tiny house than to live in an existing small home.

so if its not about money, or footprint, then its about ... no idea. anyway, it not for me. i have more yarn than would fit in the whole tiny house. and i can walk to a nice yarn shop where i live. so, forget about it.

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Patty
Wood6970 that is so funny and true. It really is very hardy and easy to grow!
   August 20, 2014 at 12:50PM
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palomitas2002
i'll grow swiss chard in Ireland all year around and I tell you, it's never really warm weather ;)
   September 3, 2014 at 1:50AM
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Rick Spence

I wanna have a beer at that bar and watch some football. Really cool space.

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JAN MOYER

Seriously? Or as a friend used to say: "whatever blows your skirt up!!". Mine's still hangin down around my knees......

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