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4 thoughts on “Scott Brown’s $500 Tiny Home”
Scott is building a bigger, more permanent cabin. He has a well written blog with great photos.
I admire Scotts little home. I would love to one day build or have build a small house of some sort and move out into the scrb somewhere away from humanity which I am getting to dislike more and more. Tiny Homes is a wonderful concept. Why when one builds a house it has to be 50 times bigger than what is neccessary.
Love to move in its just beautiful work & hardship,Congrats God Bless ♡♡♡
Wud love to move in wth you.Mwaauh
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