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Solar-powered Schoolbus Cabin

Lloyd, Like many, I scrounge the internet for building ideas. I came across a really cool dish-rack/shelf that was built into a corner in a kitchen. You could stand the plates up to dry between the slats, and still set bowls and mugs on it like a shelf. Brilliant! I saved the picture, and put it in the "barn-house" folder on my computer for future reference, when it comes time to build.
A few months ago, you posted a video of how you do dishes. I nearly leapt out of my seat when I saw the very same dish shelf... was in your kitchen! You have a long history of collecting and publishing all the good ideas you can find, I guess it shouldn't be such a surprise that a design like that ended up in your home! https://www.theshelterblog.com/lloyds-dish-washing-method/

My sister and my mother, both crafty individuals, each received one of your books for Christmas. They are being exchanged as we read them with interest around the fire.
Last year, I built a solar-powered cabin out of a school bus, which will be my base camp while I take my time building a house on the cheap over the next few years. I'm blogging my journey at www.day9975.com. Until then, during the workweek I'm living in the semi-finished upstairs of an un-plumbed post and beam barn my dad built 20 years ago, and saving up for my own build. As I go into designing my home, your books are my favorite source for creative solutions to whatever design challenge I encounter. Thanks to you and your team for writing.
Hope you have a happy new year,
Aaron DeAngelis

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