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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 […]Continue reading
“…what thrills me about trains is not their size or their equipment but the fact that they are moving, that they embody a connection between unseen places.” ~ Marianne Wiggins I remember the first few lines as if I read them just this morning. “One warm night four children stood in front of a bakery. […]Continue reading
by Hal McClendon Some of you may have seen the article of the little cabin on wheels Kent published on this blog May 29th, 2013. Thanks to all who commented on the post. Anyways, that post drew interest from some folks in Portland, Oregon that own and operate according to them, the first tiny house […]Continue reading