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Peter Robinson said...

Once upon a time, this was a pretty little, shingle-style, American Craftsman bungalow. Now look at it: nasty windows, a nasty door, skinny little porch guard rails, spindly porch support posts,...

Why do people do this stuff?

Looking on the bright side, although it needs some paint, it seems to be reasonably well maintained and hasn't fallen down yet. Maybe, some day, a kind person will restore it to its original beauty? I'm sure it will be grateful.

mauisurfer said...

Berkeley
3 e's
please

Anonymous said...

Washington Woman Built A Tiny Sustainable Home Made Of Hemp

http://www.trueactivist.com/washington-woman-built-a-tiny-sustainable-home-made-of-hemp-watch/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+TrueActivist+%28True+Activist%29

Tiny hemp homes are being made in Washington as a way to promote more sustainable building materials

Though she has never built a home before, Pam Bosch claims that “Anybody can do this. Grandma can do this. Grandma’s doing it.”

She’s referring to building tiny homes made of hemp, the plant that grows cannabis, which is a Schedule I drug and considered a felony to possess or grow.

The 62-year-old artist became determined to build homes made of hemp after learning of its sustainability and the positive effect it has on the environment compared to other building materials.

Anonymous said...

more on Hemp House

http://legacy.king5.com/story/tech/science/environment/2015/09/18/tiny-hemp-house-bellingham/72431564/

http://www.tinyhemphouses.com/intelligence/pamela-bosch-to-speak-on-deep-green-building-at-pratt-institute


Pamela Bosch to speak on 'Deep Green Building' at Pratt Institute

13/3/2016

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Our friend and the founder of Highland Hemp House, Pamela Bosch, will speak on “Deep Green Building” during a Sustainability Crash Course at New York’s Pratt Institute next month. (more)


http://www.highlandhemphouse.com/

https://www.facebook.com/hemphouses/posts/1168051263214506

http://thejointblog.com/two-houses-made-from-hemp-built-in-bellingham-washington/
check out the comments...some interesting

And From National Geographic too
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/energy/2015/09/150908-hemp-homes-could-get-high-as-cannabis-gets-legal/

Very good video here on National Geographic too.


and
http://herb.co/2016/03/05/hemp-can-create-perfect-home-sweet-home/

Anonymous said...

I am truly glad that this old barn will be saved and well used.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/historic-barn-on-the-move-in-beaumont-1.3553910


Historic barn on the move in Beaumont

The 5,000-square-foot structure will be retrofitted and used as a community hall

Anonymous said...

Love this smallish home a couple built for their Grand Daughter. It is for sale...well sort of, it comes with a normal sized home, but that is built in a lovely style too, if you go through the photos...

Tiny Home

http://tinyhousetalk.com/452-sq-ft-tiny-victorian-cottage/

Tiny Home and Regular sized home
http://www.forsalebyowner.com/listing/893-Kentucky-Route-2039-Hagerhill-KY/55b2369eaff839d3518b4567

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