Andrew M. Odom

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Living Life As A Vagabond

The word vagabond seems to carry such a negative connotation in our society. (thank you Wikipedia) It is often used to reference a drifter, a grifter, a bum, or a hobo. Truth is it is little more than a person who wanders from place to place without a settled home. That is the definition anyway. […]

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Moving To A Cloud

I spend a lot of time investigating the history of tiny houses and where we – as a community – might have gotten this notion that we can survive in a space less than the typical American bathroom (which, by the way, averages 160 sq.ft.). I augment that time frame of research and argument with […]

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The Top 5 (not-so-tiny) Haunted Houses

I don’t believe in ghosts. Say it again. I don’t believe in ghosts! Have you convinced yourself yet? A surprising 1/3 of adult Americans could say it ad nauseum and still not buy into it as according to a 2007 Mark Dolliver poll they believe whole-heartedly in spirits from beyond. In fact, that same poll suggests 23% […]

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