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Interview with Students who Built $489 Tiny House
Original story: http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/life/2015/02/02/tiny-house-central-college-students/22777267/
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Wonderful and WISE!
If you ever see giant houses and acres of storage units, remember that those places are filled mostly with STUFF people aren’t using, have blown their money on, and can’t seem to shake loose. Your home looks wonderful and you HAVE EACH OTHER. My mom made a comment about McMansions: “Those people have a lot of privacy… from each other. Don’t they like each other?”
Good for you! What a great job you did on your house and what a wonderful understanding you have about life and living! Guard your understanding closely. It is your greatest treasure.
The next time someone finds the ideal spot to build something so affordable and livable as this on such a beautiful piece of property would be better off not telling anyone about it and just use a different mailing address. This looks like a great Tiny House for a great couple!
This shows how this could be done to help the homeless. I also see these as “mother-in-law” homes for all the baby boomers. I would love one of these in Florida for the winter and another in Minnesota by my kids for the summer.
Wow. I see $489 in quilt, bed covers and wood burning stove. And I underestimated some costs. I would love to have this young woman and young man scrounge and build my dream 2story “cabin” in Kentucky. Seriously! They can even build a place for themselves if they’d like.
The next time someone finds the ideal spot to build something so affordable and livable as this would be better off not telling anyone about it and just use a different mailing address to avoid all of the building restrictions.
NICE…! I WOULD LIKE ONE ALSO???