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Here's an alternative homestead idea using an old barge and recycled materials based on the idea that with global warming we could lose a lot of land-based housing to rising sea levels.



I found out about it via a local, Seattle-area blogger who wants to use what seems to be an abandoned barge in Lake Washington as pea patch space.
 
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