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Tiny Breakfast Restaurant in Minneapolis

This place is 10' wide, set in between 2 larger buildings. There are 14 stools at the counter. Good food, good vibes. I met my new friend Todd there this snowy cold morning.


Anonymous said...

I suppose they don't serve this there....

This Man Might Have Accidentally Gotten His Entire Church High On Weed Cookies


Anonymous said...

Maybe you know this already, but thought it was interesting...(great work on the new book, mini book...)


Burt’s coop: Burt's Bees founder lived in converted turkey coop

Burt’s Bees founder Burt Shavitz made his home on 37 acres of land in rural Maine out of an old turkey coop with no electricity or running water

Anonymous said...

Buy House for $500 (Canadian)


High River flood homes listed under $500 in Alberta government auction

Huybregts said the province hired an engineering contractor to assess the homes for structural damage and environmental concerns, such as mould. They were all determined to be suitable for relocation.

The one stipulation is that each home must be moved off the property within 160 business days of the sale. It’s up you to get it off the lot.

Anonymous said...

This would be quite the "Tiny Home", even if the price is not Tiny


For Sale: $1.25M Yankee Ferry would be a whimsical place to call home

Yankee Ferry is definitely a home with a history. Built in 1907, it’s the oldest existing Ellis Island Ferry. It started as a passenger steamer ferrying people between Portland, Maine and the Casco Bay Islands and went on to serve in both world wars. It was restored in the 1990s and bought by Richard and Victoria Mackenzie-Childs in 2003. Since then the designer duo have made it their home. And now it could be yours…

Key details:
• 147 feet in length, a 29-foot beam, eight-foot draft with a steel hull
• First deck workroom/creative space
• Second deck with a ballroom with a stage and banquet table
• Docked at the Henry Street Pier in Red Hook, Brooklyn
• $1.25 million

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