BBadger wrote:WARNING: DELUGE OF HIPPY PLATITUDES DETECTED
The essence of hippiness: having everyone else pay for your alternative lifestyle.
Move along hippy. Burning Man is not a hippy festival.
Build it. Bring it. Don't expect everyone else to pay for it.
masho wrote:It sounds like you already have a viable trailer right? So you're half way there. In my neck of the woods you could salvage almost everything else you need from construction sites, goodwill, the dump, or craigslist. Windows, doors, siding, lumber, etc.....Here's a house made mostly from scrap, it can be done and it will probably be far more interesting. Don't give up, honestly accept the problem, get creative and make it work.
Schwarttzy wrote:The big thing We hoped to do, was to first meet all of Nevada's Cooking Regulations at BM, and then serve up an insane amount of Bacon in the hundreds of pounds of the stuff which turns out is quite pricey. Then of course if you were to be interested in building one of these things we planned to share our design, and having it actually blueprinted, that plus sharing our mistakes and ideas to anyone (not just supporters).
Actually, we have bunch scrap left over in a garage, doors, windows, etc. that we plan to raid. Only a bit of the cash will go into finishing touches, where as most will be in the actual rewards part.
BBadger wrote:If you don't reach your Kickstarter goal, will you still bring the Tiny House, especially since it only needs "finishing touches"?.
Ugly Dougly wrote:You will find that burners are quite good at cooking up vast amounts of bacon and building more creative structures than this.
Stretch80 wrote:so, you want us to pay for your mortgage free house??
Schwarttzy wrote:BBadger wrote:If you don't reach your Kickstarter goal, will you still bring the Tiny House, especially since it only needs "finishing touches"?.
Na, I would rather save the gas and camp in a tent.
gyre wrote:I have come to the conclusion that super-insulated houses are the way to go.
I can go into detail about why the numbers on this are so deceptive.
The whole affordable home thing goes back forever.
I even talked to Fuller about it.
Unfortunately, cheap is about double what it used to be, only recently.
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