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  1. looks awseome leep.

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  2. lookin good!

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  3. [...] what’s essential and important in your life,” said Lee Pera, 36, one of the founders of Boneyard Studios, a tiny home community located in northeastern Washington’s Stronghold neighborhood. [...]

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  4. [...] what’s essential and important in your life,” said Lee Pera, 36, one of the founders of Boneyard Studios, a tiny home community located in northeastern Washington’s Stronghold neighborhood. [...]

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  5. [...] what’s essential and important in your life,” said Lee Pera, 36, one of the founders of Boneyard Studios, a tiny home community located in northeastern Washington’s Stronghold neighborhood. [...]

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  6. [...] what’s essential and important in your life,” said Lee Pera, 36, one of the founders of Boneyard Studios, a tiny home showcase community located in northeastern Washington’s Stronghold neighborhood. [...]

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  7. [...] what’s essential and important in your life,” said Lee Pera, 36, one of the founders of Boneyard Studios, a tiny home showcase community located in northeastern Washington’s Stronghold neighborhood. [...]

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  8. I am currently building a Tumbleweed Fencl and would love to see your ideas on the removable 4 foot deck. Would you be willing to share them with me?

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  9. [...] what’s essential and important in your life,” said Lee Pera, 36, one of the founders of Boneyard Studios, a tiny home showcase community located in northeastern Washington’s Stronghold neighborhood. [...]

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  10. […] what’s essential and important in your life,” said Lee Pera, 36, one of the founders of Boneyard Studios, a tiny home showcase community located in northeastern Washington’s Stronghold neighborhood. […]

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  11. I’ve always said, “I could live happily in one room!”

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  12. Being a single female in mid-30’s, establishing self sufficiency, this is inspiring. How much does something like the production and material cost?

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  13. Very cool. One thought though…If you are going to already use furring strips, you should have tried reflective insulation along with an R15. The product is called Low-E reflective insulation and the housewrap meets IECC 2012 code. It reflects 97% of radiant heat and in an urban environment it gets hotter than rural areas. http://www.low-e.com

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