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Amy, those hobbit homes are simply scrumptious! It seems there are more and more earthen sheltered homes these days.


 
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Oooh, I like this one! She made room for a tub! And the shower is awesome, too.


 
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Jocelyn Campbell wrote:Oooh, I like this one! She made room for a tub! And the shower is awesome, too.

I like that there's actually a strip of counter top long enough to cook! I also like her stairs to the loft. Are you ready to tackle a skid-able version of this at Wheaton Lab?
 
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Jay Angler wrote:Are you ready to tackle a skid-able version of this at Wheaton Lab?


Not at the moment, but I do wish I could build a tiny house here!
 
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Flo's beautiful home is inspiring and well designed (everything neatly fitting into place!)  Wonderful.  
 
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I've done some research on American Clay plasters and here it is, used inside this tiny house. Along with other fantastic features, too.



 
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Just watched this fascinating youtube vid on a small but natural home she's made and lived in for 20 years!  Love her lifestyle!  Only wish it went into detail about what she eats, e.g. grows...
 
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