Bill Bianchi wrote:I see. They looked quicker to fill than individual earth bags, even if using a shovel & wheel barrow. But, I figured there was a reason no one was using them to build buildings. Really too bad they couldn't be redesigned for longevity, scaled down a bit in size, and plastered over to protect them, as with earth bags. Might have made the building process a bit easier, though renting a Bobcat for a day or two would have added to the cost quite a bit. And there's probably no way to make one from up-cycled items, at least not safely.
Not the first time I've been wrong. Won't be the last.
When all four tires fall off your canoe, how many tiny ads does it take to build a doghouse?
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