Did you move it from Idaho to Oregon? Does it run?
posted 4 years ago
No I built the small house around it so left it there, they rent it out to help out the community. The last three house I have built have all cost less the $100 and I lived in them for some time. I love free cycle and think its going to become more and more a way of life. I found this property in southern Oregon and am hoping to close on it and then go have some fun. I have also looked at the islands in wash/canada as a good back up option so we will see what tomorrow brings what ever it is will be perfect! Take care z
Nice find on the bus. Freecycling is great, I love it when we build something for close to zero dollars and tell the main stream builder about it!!! " No way, the woodstove alone is going to cost you 4 grand....so how are you going to build a house under 5? "
Anyways check this out for all you rubber tramps who love this kind of stuff:
Thanks Greg I found the barrel stove in the bus in the throw away section of the local mall that most people call a dump, it is one of the good ones that lets you go through things just in case there's something you can't live without. They also have a special bench area where if you know someone has to have what your throwing away you can put it there to draw special attention to it. It's a whole lot easier to live in a moneyless society when your willing to let others spend all the money on good things they will throw away in a year or two. z
posted 3 years ago
I love the "throw away" thing... we found a perfectly working and new looking dishwasher worth around 700 bucks with the stainless steel on the inside and all that. These people in the upper west side (NYC) were remodeling their 2 year old kitchen so I had to grab it before the dump truck came!
Yes Greg I know what you are saying I would love to have full access to all the good things people throw out, I can guarantee I could build a whole lot of tiny houses out of it. Have a great Holiday! z
Of course, I found a very beautiful couch. Definitely. And this tiny ad:
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