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Little Green Caboose

My dad Don Edmondson, was an artist/woodworker. He built three full size gypsy caravans in his lifetime. In the early 1990’s he built a caboose looking trailer in Maui. He put it in the jungle and used it as an art studio/sleeping place for the next year. He drew quite a few pinup girls in […]

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Boombox DC Artist Studio

Last fall I visited Brian Levy and the Micro Showcase in Washington, DC. Brian’s friend (a jazz musician) had some triangular shaped property in the Stronghold neighborhood next to an alley and a cemetery. The odd shaped lot is now home to the Boombox, an artist studio and music space made from two 45 foot […]

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Barrel Top Wagons Living Wagon

Many shepherd wagons don’t have the functionality of a tiny home and are not really for full time living, however Barrel Top Wagons near Dartmoor National Park in southern England might be building some of most beautiful and practical mobile wagons around. Now they just have to make it over the the U.S. 🙂

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