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Tiny Observatory

This tiny house is just a few blocks away from me in Washoe Valley, Nev. Each time I drove by, I was intrigued by its strange shape and perfect size. It turns out it’s a tiny observatory built by a local man named Michael. His neighbors affectionately call it the “Milk Carton.” He built it […]

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1940 Cyclist Takes Bed Along

Glen, one of our readers brought this cycle trailer from the 1940s to my attention as well as this cool blog that is called Modern Mechanix – Yesterday’s Tomorrow Today. This page is dedicated to trailers and has many cool ideas from the good old days that we can apply to our thinking today. Photo […]

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With a nod to Eastern style and philosophy, and an eye on ecologically sound and environmentally sensitive design, Tim Cornell of has created a tiny house kit that is appropriate for any climate and location. The 576 square foot P-Pod is climatically appropriate, durable and recyclable. Tim explained that the P-POD housing is a […]

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