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8thsinner

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Wonder what he does with them once they're built ?

If he keeps them up, he could live out from under the radar for a very long while. (y)
When I was homeless the last time I made a space about this size, and yes it's survivable, but it isn't livable long term. You really need at least 2-3 times bigger, you need space for projects, spaces to dry and store wood, oils, water, and other things.
But yes at the very least this is a good size to build in order to build something bigger in order to live out of the radar as you put it.
Though I prefer the stealth approach, even if where ever he is visitors aren't appearing to be a problem. But I have to admire his approach and testing his design. And the duct tape handle seemed to do well too. lol
 

Tree11551

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When I was homeless the last time I made a space about this size, and yes it's survivable, but it isn't livable long term. You really need at least 2-3 times bigger, you need space for projects, spaces to dry and store wood, oils, water, and other things.
But yes at the very least this is a good size to build in order to build something bigger in order to live out of the radar as you put it.
Though I prefer the stealth approach, even if where ever he is visitors aren't appearing to be a problem. But I have to admire his approach and testing his design. And the duct tape handle seemed to do well too. lol
Nice post, i need you to check our conversation.
 
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Wind7

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When I was homeless the last time I made a space about this size, and yes it's survivable, but it isn't livable long term. You really need at least 2-3 times bigger, you need space for projects, spaces to dry and store wood, oils, water, and other things.
But yes at the very least this is a good size to build in order to build something bigger in order to live out of the radar as you put it.
Though I prefer the stealth approach, even if where ever he is visitors aren't appearing to be a problem. But I have to admire his approach and testing his design. And the duct tape handle seemed to do well too. lol

I'm sorry you had to live through that,
no one should have to go through homelessness and I sincerely hope things are going well for you in the here and the now.

What I was referring to was about the guy building them, living under the radar using the great many little shelters and bungalows he has made as a whole.

I can picture the guy actually doing it. ;)
 

8thsinner

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I'm sorry you had to live through that,
no one should have to go through homelessness and I sincerely hope things are going well for you in the here and the now.

What I was referring to was about the guy building them, living under the radar using the great many little shelters and bungalows he has made as a whole.

I can picture the guy actually doing it. ;)
Don't be sorry, its a good thing and it was good for me, I learned a lot from it.

I didn't check to see how many he has made but if he has many then yeah, thats freedom.
 

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