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2 thoughts on “Tiny House on NPR”
I want one. How do you get one? and how much does it cost? Could be a new fad for baby boomers. Park one in the kids back yard. I want three in each of my children’s backyards. Then I can rotate places to stay and enjoy the family while having my own space.
I wrote up a detailed FAQ the other day that you might find useful. I think it answers the question. “how do you get one?”
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