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Whispering Chickens and Big Bad John

Yesterday was a day full of firsts for me. It all began when I woke up in the morning and found out that one of the schools I work with (Miller-Motte College in Madison, TN) and who has a fantastic renewable energy program is game for working with Crystal and I and designing our solar […]

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Tiny House and their role in disaster relief

Since early 2002 when I was serving a small church as Minister to Students I have had a heart for disaster relief. While I have never personally experienced a huge disaster I have lived through 6 hurricanes, 1 tornado, 2 blizzards, and countless tropical depressions if notable strength. The uncertainly alone of the situation can […]

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Is a tiny house part of the sustainable movement?

At first glance tiny houses have the ability to seem right in line with sustainable living practices. But not all things are as they seem. Tiny houses – like any other domicile – can be as elegant and as gaudy as any other home. The materials can be all but sustainable, eco-foe, and downright toxic. […]

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Tiny House Update – 03.15.11

I was talking to a friend the other day and the conversation turned to progress on Tiny House. As I pointed out to him, it is difficult to really point to all the progress that takes place daily. Some days it seems as if things are really moving along while other days it seems as […]

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Is your yesterday crowding out your today?

“The difference between sentiment and being sentimental is the following: Sentiment is when a driver swerves out of the way to avoid hitting a rabbit on the road. Being sentimental is when the same driver, when swerving away from the rabbit, hits a pedestrian.” ~ Frank Herbert I have been asked countless times since beginning […]

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