So what happens to the real trash from a Salvage Job… dumpsters, fire, rot, or problems?

I need to make a blog post on the subject as the waste is one of the big costs for a project and can get out of hand if not careful about the way they are packed and how long they stay on the site. The costs for surcharges for fuel, over weight, hazardous waste, and dumping materials that the landfills do not want, increasingly that includes sheetrock now that they realize it causes Hydrogen Sulfide emissions once buried without air but getting water on it. This is the important part of taking on a salvage job that maybe should have just been a demolition job.

One of the houses that produced $3,000 in doors in a single day.

Pulling it apart by hand is a form of respect for the ancestors who put it together without electricity, as did the men who cut down the 135′ tall Long Leaf Pine Trees is created out of.

With bootcamps, people can learn how to do it so as to be able to tackle one themselves once they see how easy it can be.

Many factors and I am not an expert on them, so what could help is to get a brief cautions and overcharge dangers list from your dumpster suppliers to compare. It would be a good thing to work around to show the variables and figure out which plan works best for your situation and most importantly, your location. If you put a dumpster in the wrong place it could get filled up in a couple of days by people who consider a dumpster as a license to give you their trash without asking. One of the hardest parts of cost estimating in salvage is how to deal with the trash you can not salvage. The amount of trash container a container holds, what type they allow, how high it can go, how heavy it can be, how long it can stay before the price goes up, extra fuel costs, loading fees, surcharges for fuel or materials type in the container… each is a part of an art called estimating that can mean the difference between profit and loss on many salvage jobs. This is particularly true with heavy roof damage or burnouts where the water and mold damage is an unknown going into the project and could double or triple your trash fees and labor on a salvage job.

Picking it all up at the end but here there was a burn pit dug by a bulldozer.

Imagine outposts around the country with warehouses and markets, places to learn and build. I did many years ago. Seems it may be nearly time for it to materialize.

Amazing what a decade in this business can do to a person. Heh!

Oh yes, things like bees, well I paid to save this hive and bring it to Salvage, Texas to live rather than die with the house. Salvaged Bees too.

While I do not want it to sound like I am selling a dumpster service particularly, I am glad to use them when I can not bury, burn, or dispose of the trash from the site. Generally the cost is on the back of the owner of the property in my agreements for that reason but packing each dumpster to max out its capacity is critical to keep costs down. If the crew just throws wood, without thinking back to front where the door is, if they do not run the wheel barrows to the back early on so as to fill the bottom evenly, you can lose half the capacity of a dumpster which, at $500 or more a drop, could run into thousands of dollars in extra unnecessary costs. The foundation to build the bid on is the trash ratio to usable salvage ratio and therefore the labor, disposal, and possible hazardous waste elements of the trash must be considered to make a living doing salvage. Sometimes it is best to ask questions to see what the local landfill policy is, if they have one, state law on disposal and burning on site, as well as local burn bans that need to be considered as well as what you put in the fire. In Texas for example, you can burn the wood from the house on the site it is taken down from but not transport the trash to your own ranch away from the property you tore it off from. If caught doing that by the Natural Resources department you could get heavily fined or jailed for not using a legal landfill once it leaves the property.
The thought crosses my mind as I sit on the side of IH10 with 50,000 cars a day or more without a holiday traffic swell, that a really smart dumpster company could sit an example on the side of the highway in just the right spot to catch the eye of the 18,000,000 people who live with in an hour and a half drive from here in the three cities big companies service nearby:… Austin, San Antonio, and Houston. I pay for a tiny dumpster with a weekly pickup but a large one out there would be for advertising and possibly showing how they can be used for storable space, transport of salvage, and storage on the far end of the property. Containers, space to build, common tool areas, warehouse racking to empty containers into, then back into the field to other salvage sites. If one needed a central distribution point in Texas as well as sales office one day, no better place will be found. Besides being the last exit with utilities between here and Seguin with the toll road traffic having to stop at this exit for the first fuel going East to Houston, the giant new Truck stop going in on the opposite corner from mine at the ramp will be including a hotel / truck stop complex that started with a 33 acres tract at the exit ramp 628. The land cost was 1.3 mil dollar before a service road or foundation, just for the field it will sit in by years end. They will be complete and open in a year so the ability to move materials nationwide from Salvage, Texas will be amazing.

Just a thought…. Bartering is a great tool for business …. not sure how it would benefit us all but timing is never shear co-incidence.
Better still, consider that one of my followers started a dumpster business just for the stuff that he could then salvage for free in the giant boxes with a hole and door on the end of them. They bring home treasure… metal, wood, and so much more by that vehicle which can be sorted and as has been proven, converted into resources that create work, housing, feed families, and manifest solutions out of what would have been buried in a landfill normally. My Friend who started that business of putting dumpsters out turned down being bought out for that reason too… for if you know what you got, it is not trash, it is treasure. I am offered up so much for free but I can not get to it all. The Vehicle you all have in your hand to create a monumentally profitable business is astounding but big corporations can not really tap this realm unless they are willing to think out of the box…. heh.. a pun in this case.

I can show you a plan that pulls in millions upon millions in salvage and runs it through Co-op warehouses where contract labor sorts, stocks, and turns it into jobs, products, and exports in towns that have no resources that are making them prosperous anymore, yet are sitting on buildings, houses, and assets they can dismantle and ship away.

Massive stocks of small batches of flooring 150-350 sf in Long Leaf Pine, Oak, Northern Pine, in several sizes no less too.

Dumpsters work to move brick from resource rich areas to resource poor areas, save the cost of creating them, and expedite the processes. Combined with trains and shipping, both in the pits right now and offering better deals, we can ship far and wide using containers that are indeed dumpsters, but full of treasure instead of trash by positioning them in the right places. The Pure salvage network would allow us to move materials around the country on otherwise empty trucks as well as move houses designed to travel on the same trailers or created out of trailers that are going out of long distance service and can be converted to houses by adding salvaged house, barn, and classic buildings that have been taken apart. We have lots of options given the capital that a larger company of state or national size that has ample capital available to work with for launching new avenues of income without much additional equipment. Otherwise, without partnering, the up front costs to set up would require more investment than if the operations were added to existing networks. Sadly history shows the behemoths in the industries being wiped out by the newcomers because the big corps could not move fast enough, change, integrate smoothly, or maintain their accumulated benefits costs to the employees that built the original behemoth. They Die… whether in Detroit, Pittsburg, New Jersey or other once industrial giant towns. Software has taken the same course as once household names are lost… Netscape, AOL, computer companies, as well as solar companies, or other investment boom balloons.

This is only one element of the Pure Salvage Living Renaissance that I speak of and have written of before. Massive assets are being moved as the old men die off and leave a slew of women who are then downsizing at high speed without being able to realize the value of the assets, let alone capture any of it. Cleaning up the mess for free, or offering dumpsters with a contract team to take down barns, buildings, houses, empty garages, etc…. and then the market such at event venues such as Salvagefaire will be… to sell and barter all things Old, American made, crafted from the parts of the past or repaired so as to last another few decades…. that is the next level of this plan. Music, film, events, a Salvage Market with Artisans showing how to turn the treasured trees and products our ancestors made into a new generation of housing, furniture, and many of the things we no longer need to import more of rather than respect our past.

Here is the building that houses the Music/video recording studio, the restaurant for the events that will happen on the stage that is being built to go on the back of the building next.

Believe it or not, tapping the billions of dollars in Salvage in this country will need to include some larger companies of financial stature to break the rules and get through the territorial land fill / trash industry issues so as to transform how we view what goes into the dumpsters and where it goes after that. This is not the realm of the little guy trying to do salvage jobs to support his family, feed, house, and make a career that will provide for loved ones while making a positive contribution to the community and planet. I see this as a path that many could take right now and find work to keep them busy the rest of their lives.

Ultimately my goal is to see us spearhead a tax credit for life for what ever portion of a home is built from salvaged materials and thus create the demand for the materials to be saved. IF we can do this, reduce imports, landfills running out of space, and create industry in America that only we can do, not export the jobs, not import the parts, but do it all here for the next generation of housing.
How we deal with the waste, the trash, the salvage, is the deeper soil I plant these seeds in for it will allow this Renaissance to blossom as it is fueled by trash in the eyes of most observers for now. Soon, as you are seeing with the demand rising for using salvaged materials in all things from decor to construction, the recognized value will move up as the demand is growing and will not stop as the economy hits the debt skids and the need to grow jobs local, find new ways to get building materials, and create hope is first on the agenda instead of the consumerism and service industries that are finally dying on the vine. My goal is to see the supply and demand lead to affordable alternatives to cheap toxic imports and new modern resource depleting building materials being used. Our government need only get out of the way and let us get more creative about answering individual housing needs instead of forcing people to use New Products that only support the corporations that pay to write the code and then have their bought and paid for politicians get it inserted into the nations building codes requiring the public use them. Seldom are the endocrine disruptive compounds, the formaldehyde, plasticizers, or other toxic outgassing products screened by anyone who does not have a motive for their being sold without buyers hesitating to consider the cost to their health over their budget. Size does matter because with houses, the more space you get for the dollar, the cheaper the quality of the materials one has to use based on the modern builder/subdivision/ condo/apartment construction today.

I can do this as a blog, focusing on the issues of the industry and let all competitors know in advance what one aspect of my bigger picture is, as I have just done with you without a confidentiality agreement, inspire others to step up to the plate and compete in this one venue. It would be wiser though to take this to the people at your company who could actually look at what I have written and see the bigger picture so as to consider joining me on this adventure that will rock the nation if we do it right. This is the path to empowerment that gets you the loyalty and name recognition you are seeking in the marketing realm that still has little competition. I like to start businesses that fit into that objective. I have taken that approach on all my business adventures, to take the path others will not take and cut the cost to the consumer. Give the people something that no other big corporations are offering, a path to success through salvage by joining with me and showing the public how to tap this treasure trove hidden in plain sight.

Somehow I will inspire this to happen and since many have the business and savvy to come up to the plate and take a swing at the ball. If we hit this out of the park one time, it will be repeated across the nation, perhaps even further, though it is not so foreign a concept in other countries that have not become as accustomed to waste as we in America have. This thought was inspired by a national dumpster company who could easily help make this happen and grow their business by leaps if they do. They have inspired me to share the idea in an open blog so as to give the seeds of this to the people who could develop the model further with me if they want to help create a national clearinghouse for salvage as I envision. This blog that will go out to the world is meant to inspire the next generation taking over demolition, disposal, and salvage businesses to grow them to the next level. Someone new will surely take this on if the big guys will not for history has proven the big corps die and new grow up around them.

My one friend proved the model out and could easily retire just by selling the business in Colorado, a business which, like no others, makes millionaires by the thousands compared to any other startup business in the USA. With this sort of help creating transport and storage solutions, locations for co-ops where people can build houses, barter, learn, and develop professions in this new industry.

We could take this to a new level, an entry level family business that will allow us to pack good materials in one dumpster to go to the Pure Salvage Outpost (PSO) Co-ops and the other to the landfill knowing it holds naught but waste. From there the world opens up for people who had no truck and trailers to haul distances, warehouses to store materials in once recaptured, spaces to build the houses using common tools and a transport system that could deliver the finished houses to villages we would be creating just for this path to downsizing for the 72,000,000 baby boomers facing the deleveraging and reduction process in the next decade. On this path, a single mother with 4 kids could turn a family of unemployed teens into a small business that could support them, feed them, house them all, and best of all, write most of it off against the taxes as expenses, and give them a life they could not have had without the relationship we can build using dumpsters, a transport system, and adding a few marketing components, my name brand, and the book and video that I can produce that would go along with the plan on how to set up your salvage mining business with the help of a few friends.

Some of the houses you could build with this kit are well known in our collection. Add the cool windows, ornamental metal, shingles for the shower included too.

Want to consider being on of those friends?

Want to get some links to your link hungry friends at the company?

How about to a web site where you could win a package of salvaged house parts, yes windows, doors, flooring, and more for less than one fifth of the words in this Photoblog. Last time we asked for 300 words for an essay, we gave away this house.

Once upon a time we gave a Tiny House away. Guess what, this time it will be a package of the parts you will need to build an even bigger house where ever you want yours to be one day.

This time there will be 12 contests in 12 months. Are you going to participate as a member to help make this happen? Here is how to do that. Go to the Puresalvageliving.com site to learn about the essay contest, inventory, the B&B houses, as well as the other specials including free attendance to seminars.

Imagine my 75,000 Facebook followers, as well as the newsletter following around the world, all sharing new solutions at the same time, along with millions of future customers who could use such a service if we can get the Pure Salvage Living Renaissance up and running across the country. Soon the people will be figuring out the vast treasure that will go through our hands as we organize, filter the valuable products to ship to other PSO’s, or sell using the online network where we can market beams from St. Louis to Texas or Colorado and move them from dumpster to PSO.

From there onto trucks, trains, and ships to any destination where the assets made long before we were thought of or born, can be valued, bartered, cashed in, and contribute to the construction of a new way of thinking in our country that was once the norm, now nearly forgotten, but revivable again.

Made in America, by Artisans, with Quality and Pride to be a part of saving the planets resources for the generations still to be born.

Whew…..

Darby

Good thing I type at over a hundred words a minute as this is a bit of a blog now, once triggered…. hard to stop.
Let me know if I can add your link to the masses of people who would love to see this aspect for moving salvage and trash to their proper places in the future. Let us see if you link-masters might want to help create a solution through helping find the right companies for the relationships that few others could offer and grow an Renaissance in our country in this form. I offer this and suggest solutions so as to help others become part of the wave of salvation that could wash the free the treasures from old buildings, barns, and houses, as if panning for gold, where it takes the people to bring it to the surface like reaping gold in a pan.

To become a part of, invest in, or explore the possibilities, please contact BWK@Tinytexashouses.com.

How can We Cross Support others creating with Pure Salvage Materials?

Cross promotion is a great thing and we have many things to offer that might help your cause as well. I am not out to build and sell more houses in the next decades but to show others how to be empowered and create their own sustainable organic houses out of salvage with little more than human energy. If you are doing such things as this, working to create paths for sustainable housing around the world, then I want to help promote your dreams and solutions too. Little Sister sits out on a Lazy * ranch with her Big Brother and the once Blue Gambrel. Little Sister was another in the 11’x 16′ range. You could easily build this house with the Essay Contest Materials Prize.[/caption]
My goal is to inspire millions of others build Organic Cottages using 95% Salvage Materials for a target now that I have proven repeatedly that it can be done. I believe that perhaps in that way, the Pure Salvage Living Renaissance can take hold in our American Culture to ultimately have an impact on reducing the losses going into the landfills from the biggest treasure trove we have in the USA.
One day this site will link up millions of people who will have houses to save, barns to raze and perhaps raise again. It will be a platform where the salvagers and the builders come together to help create a generation of houses that are not all cookie cutter copies. Imagine the subdivisions made of imagination instead of concrete, hardiplank and vinyl.

Throwing away our treasured resources, selling our scrap iron and metals at prices we can not replace them for, and destroying the chance for the millennials to build a toxin free off the grid sustainable lifestyle in the midst of calling for a reduction in global carbon waste is ludicrous. My path has been to show just how much can be done, create a standard to measure it by, do the due diligence to keep the housing we create healthy for the future owners, as well as built to a standard that the creators and owners can be proud off for decades to come. It is the path for our future generations to learn from once more, a path toward quality over quantity, perfunction over marketed versions of perfection and the realization that houses can be as different as the people that live in them. Why have tall ceilings for short people if they want to conserve the heat, cost, and feel more comfortable than a house might be if it were custom built for a giant?

One of the Classic Ranch House series that had a front and back porch, two lofts, a nice kitchen, bath with tub, A/C and more to prove you could have it all and stay in an Organic Cottage. (Until they built the 6,000 sf house to go with it that is.)

Here are some of the examples of what we can do, and what others will outdo down the road I hope as each generation outdoes the last. Off grid, permaculture, family compounds of generational houses that let each person have their own privacy and tiny footprint with shared resources for the common areas. This is the path of the future for many people and one they would like to manifest with like minded people as they settle down for the later half of their lives, but more recently, the younger generations are waking up to wanting this from the beginning and not getting all caught up in the debt of having all things now.

I see the winds are changing and the new generation does not seem to want to repeat many of the mistakes that our generation has yet to pay for. Truly we must see this writing on the proverbial wall as our planet forces us to consider alternatives to the pollution, rape of resources without regard for life, and the devastation of our oceans where most of life really exists. We can do better with the example we make as our generation downsizes responsibly. There seems to be much to relearn in order to do so and luckily some of our elders are still around to share the old ways that worked so well before the days of Monsanto and genetically modified or cloned technologies that are being tested on the world and people these days, generally without their consent.

For those that want an Organic alternative to all things food and housing, they are now being created to fill the desire and need. I hope more of you will discover the many solutions that may evolve out of the Pure Salvage Living Renaissance. To learn more, please visit the PureSalvageLiving.com or Tinytexashouses.com sites.

That is what the next generation of this will be I hope, Salvagefaire, with the recording studios, stage, screen, and market …. a festival for films, music, events, and a market for all the things our creative energy can manifest. Please check out and vote the 2 minute Godaddy Small Business Video contest and VOTE early and often to help us start the promotion of this new level of Salvage, Texas. Perhaps your film will be shown there by fall if I can get the momentum. Imagine pulling your cars up on shaped beams that let you sit like the old fashioned drive-ins with the FM radio providing tunes in the cars and a festival with camping out back over night or weekend for an Out of the City event everyone can come to from three cities around.

This is the future of what i see here in my vision. From the top of Miracle Mountain you can see it all.
This brief video expresses some of the goals I hope to achieve in my next decade on this quest to enlighten, awaken, and nurture the people who realize the potential and take it to heart.

Here is a link to the 2 minute video Lisa Wagner has entered into the GoDaddy Small Business Video contest which she took from her two day visit to Salvage, Texas in order to help share the concept that we can all help manifest by sharing the idea…. nothing more…. well perhaps vote daily while you can so she can win the prize would be nice too.

https://theaudienceawards.com/films/pure-salvage-living-129479

Please share and vote for us as they allow it daily from each of the people who sign up to vote. Many other great contests going on that you should likely be entering as well.

Darby

Oh yes… the Essay Contest for the house parts to build these dream houses is starting in March. Please check it out, recommend it to your friends, and join us in creating houses and Pure Salvage Outposts near your town too.

Amazing what a decade in this business can do to a person. Heh!

The Arched Zebu was also first named the House of the Rising Sun. It now sits out in Midland Texas with her sister Vicki Zebu.

One of the first Gambrels which showed how much room you can create on the interior with this extra loft area inside. Love the sunsets at Salvage, Texas.

Ayeveda House is West of Austin in the Hill Country by a river where you can sit peaceful in the woods. 12’x16′ I think.

The Diamond House was a beauty with a Murphy Bed inside too.

Little Sister sits out on a Lazy * ranch with her Big Brother and the once Blue Gambrel. Little Sister was another in the 11’x 16′ range.

One of the Classic Ranch House series that had a front and back porch, two lofts, a nice kitchen, bath with tub, A/C and more to prove you could have it all and stay in an Organic Cottage. (Until they built the 6,000 sf house to go with it that is.)

“Shakti House” 9 1/2′ x 20′
Delivered to Austin in the Early Days of Tiny Texas Houses. It paid for itself in the first year of being used as a B&B.

So Darby got a new hat to go along with the new year ahead. Many changes in store and hope on the horizon for miracles to happen this year.

Oh yes,… Essay contest parts list is looking like this so far:

This is a possible bathroom door. We will allow the winner some flexibility in making some swap outs if they are of similar value.

Another choice for a front door, though a bit narrow.

This stained glass will be included in prize package. Great for a loft window.

This could be a bank of windows in a house already in their piece of wall.

One of the choices for the front good. Winner will get to choose.

Pick a sink from the bathroom sinks we have on the shelves with some on this bottom row being great and unique.

Choice of front door hardware from this display of vintage sets that range from cast iron to jewelry grade brass.

Turned posts might be a front porch option too.

Want to enter this contest and take them all away for 300-500 words? Check out the website newsletter and become a member so you can win one of the 12 packages to be given away this year.

Need Financing for a Tiny House? One company getting close… issues to consider!

I received a great email from a company that has been working on getting financing for Tiny Houses in their many forms. I am sure it has been a hard battle and others have been trying as well, but it appears like she feels confident that they will succeed. I have posted her email below with the link to her email so you can get on the newsletter she is preparing to announce this for those who need financing to buy a tiny house or an Organic Cottage one day.

Temple Tantra is in the midst of a remodel, making spaces where I found I could, so soon there will be twice as much space to use even more efficiently while feeling more open.

The illusion of space, like freedom, is that you can fit into the lifestyle comfortably. Before you commit to a tiny space to live in, take out a loan for a house you do not know much about, or particularly where you will put it… you might wish to read on and learn of the potential issues along the path to such a life of paradise.

Unusual glass for the bath in the White Swan. She is getting prettier by the day now. One more oiling, a table mounted soon, and on to the trailer very soon in preparation for the ride to her new home with a Texas Hill Country view like several of her brothers and sisters already out on the ranches.

While I am sure there will be many conditions to meet so the loan program is not harpooned coming out of the chute by defaults, there is really nothing in the financial markets now that earnestly supports the downsizing movement. Who ever comes out of the starting gate with a great program will have some 40,000,000 Baby boomers and millennials looking to stay warmer next winter, amongst other reasons for shrinking the costs of survival in the future.

The most important factor to consider when the financing window opens is whether you get a great house or else you will simply owe a bunch of money for a lemon you may not want to or be able to live in and thus risk destroying your one chance at a home by ruining your credit. You will still be required to pay even if you have to bail out on a house that is toxic, falling apart within a few years, or one that is not allowed to park anywhere near the places you need to be to work, survive, and pay for it. Presently there are people who have taken out RV loans and other financing that have found themselves unable to put the houses where they thought they would, hook them up to utilities for full time living, or having to vacate due to the outgassing of formaldehyde, plasticizers, vinyl EDC’s, and other air quality issues that impacted their health and forced them outside.

While I applaud the chance to get loans, this is not the time to forget due diligence, to research the product you will live in, and how you will pay for it as they tend to run more than $50,000 for the smaller versions, let alone the sizes that most people want. That appears to be closer to 500 -650 square foot range than the 250sf most traveling houses are coming in at from the mass producers. If the builders are not paying attention to the fumes from within the box you will live in, you must be the ones that exercise the due diligence and protect your loved ones from the issues you could be facing in a house that you commit to pay for long after these things are learned. Please, simply take the time to investigate what you should be asking questions about, like the air quality, but in order to know that the right answer is, I have created a couple of blogs on these subjects to help you discern what you should be looking for as you finally get the chance to invest in a downsized home of your dreams.

Yes, this is just one of 7 houses you could stay in to find out what your organization could teach people how to build. It is a big downsize but with a common bath house, community kitchens, and other elements, new forms of village living could be created in the outskirts of cities that could become self sufficient using salvage materials, a market to sell the wares created out of them, as well as the houses they could build and sell. It is a way of teaching a path to Salvation through salvage. It works. Come visit, even invest in a Tiny House in Salvage, Texas and have it here to give you income, depreciation so that the government pays for it, be ready for the SHTF moment with a back up outside of the city, or just build houses somewhere once you learn how.

Below is the email with the updates on her progress and a way to get on her mailing list for the good news when it happens. May those of you who want and need the loans find success through this path or others that may evolve. It is nearly impossible to have the savings to buy one outright in this day and age so I hope this turns out to be successful.

Here’s the update for the National Tiny House Financing Company -applications will be available beginning between March 1st and the latest is in May. Insurance availability is also a barrier being resolved. I know all of us want this now (Just like you – my business, livelihood & where I live depends on this!) but we need to consider this company is solely dedicated to tiny houses without the barriers we faced through other lending attempts. They are actually working at lightning speed compared to the formation of similar companies. Remember we just received the “Yes” in December for this company. The encouraging news is the investors have enough money to cover as many qualifying loans as we request. I will not send you false promises – this one is REAL. As soon as I know the details of these qualifications I’ll update you. I’ll have a tiny house shopping website created this month that will have “my preferred builders”, tiny house products, tips to improve your credit scores, loan updates for this new company, resources to link buyers, land available (both private & developments) cities with favorable codes, etc. This will allow buyers & builders to search by location. I’ll email you the link for this site this month. I have most of your email addresses but you can reply to this text srouse21@gmail.com with your email address to ensure I have all of you on this MailChimp list. Hang in there a bit longer. It’s very hard for me to wait! I know many of your situations & I can’t wait to see loans across the country change this industry.

Congratulations on a hard road to financial support for the Tiny House industry that is sorely needing paving. The variables are many but getting from the RV loans to legitimate Organic Cottage sized loans as well with some variations on conventional construction is good as well since few of the tiny houses will meet those guidelines or codes. The insurance added a thick layer as well given their propensity to not want to take on liability in return for premiums. I believe, if the houses are constructed well and have more longevity than the trailers or tiny mobile homes one wheels promise at the moment, the long term potential is good. If the initial loans are made to some of the poorly constructed, “made for the road” toxic boxes that will be pulled by undersized trucks, ignoring the high centers of gravity, the magnetic brakes, aged tires, and other variables then such a policy will wreak havoc on the loans and insurance returns. I want these addressed in advance so as to increase the likelihood of their success.

These are important issues as you launch a venue for financing that is sorely needed. I hope the investors and you are fully aware of the dicy situation that is being created with the construction techniques which ignore oxygen levels and quality in the houses, toxins outgassing causing serious health issues in occupants, and thus anticipate some of that so as to insure your success over the long run. If not, please refer to the blogs I wrote on these subjects that address them so as to dodge the traps being laid for sake of profits without due diligence. The first article is about the lack of whistleblowers at the industry conventions, or discussions on the panels
http://puresalvageliving.com/no-whistleblowers-at-tiny-house-jamboree-just-the-gang-and-possible-thow-members/

the air quality issue is another article worth reading to understand better.

A provocative perspective for building Organic Cottages

The Retreat is the largest we are building that I hope this membership drive will enable us to keep here for larger families and groups to stay at which will make it better for having weddings and family celebrations. It is actually big enough to have a family live in, especially with the screened in porch that would have glass sash inserts for the bad weather, (2 months or so in Texas), adding another 150 sf of living space to make in nearly 800 sf of Organic Cottage Deluxe.

http://puresalvageliving.com/to-build-a-tiny-house-on-a-trailer-considerations/

The maintenance of tires, brakes, a truck one needs to move them, and the cost of a trailer to constrict a house on, as well as construct seems like more, not less to waste money on and thus be bound to the cycle of endless maintenance, licensing, and upkeep.

Here you can see it going on the trailer. Clearly this is not your tow behind the family truck sort of house.

Upper loft window lets the breezes blow through so as to cool the house wen you don’t want to use the fan.

I will be thrilled to see what the final documents look like so as to understand the fine print and where it will lead. Congrats on your success so far. The really big issues will still be where to plant a Tiny House, especially if it is on wheels. Many states won’t even license a home made house on wheels so then insurance is even harder to find. The issues with this societal downsizing into tiny or small houses is one we need to face with a clear understanding that it is inevitable for most can no longer sustain the lifestyle that most Americans have become accustomed to as the weather transitions into extremes and the economy deteriorates so that it can reform.

Stay in different houses to see how you might fit.


I believe that the Pure Salvage Living Renaissance will play a big role as we tighten our belts and look for the low cost alternatives to healthy sustainable housing construction using American labor and virtually no imports. Perhaps the government will get on board at some point and make it easier instead of harder by supporting those doing the Research and Development needed to make this a smart and lasting transition in our society.

brad Kittel
Tiny Texas Houses
To support our development of an entire village of houses and the market by becoming a member on this site, please follow this link.

Below is the advise I gave to Sheri when she started on the venture:

Hi Sheri,
I wish you well on your endeavor. I hope it will not be limited to the RV class of tiny toxic new materials houses (See Whistleblowers article on my website) which seems to have been the only trend in the last decade. I am not a fan of them and write of their inherent health issues as a whistleblower in that industry.
I do condone building sustainable toxin free sustainable houses out os 95% Pure Salvage and no imports, thus not making it a conventional method and thus I hope you find the loans for quality built House Art such as mine which would be a better bet for a lender, as they will last for a century instead of a decade and not make people sick who live in it while it outgases. (Yes, I have some strong feelings about making kids sick for lack of good air in these boxes on wheels they are passing off as houses.)
I will not likely want to build and sell more than 4-5 houses next year but if there were financing on them, the 43 acres I have that I am developing for Organic Cottages would be a good location for them and I would have buyers. If kept in Salvage, Texas, the lenders would be assured of access and likely a quick resale in the event of a default. I have some land free and clear of loans and some with bank liens, but the houses themselves do not need to have land to have a loan in your format, just a UCC1 access right and homesteading agreement that allows for such repossession.

The Zebu’s sisters enjoying a Sunset. Imagine getting the loan to set up a dream camp you could live in for the rest of your life.

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The Arched Zebu sitting in the sun with lightning rods to look upon.

Vicky Zebu with the classic TTH roofline from the rear view. No the balcony is not a package standard.

This really takes you to the outer limits of what can be found in the world of Sustainable Living House Art created by Tiny Texas Houses.

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Please let me know if you make progress and I will be glad to help promote it if you come up with a fair plan. Lots of followers who would be thrilled if you did and it would facilitate my vision of Pure Salvage Living Co-ops that would act as resource banks with the tools, warehousing, and building spaces as well as trailer and trucks to empower millions to find careers in this blooming industry. If we can get a life long property tax credit for the portion of the house that is salvage, thus trash not in the landfill since 50% of landfills are building materials, and thus save that space as well as the carbon release from throwing all the wood and good stuff away instead of building a new generation of housing with it.

If you can help make that vision come to fruition, you will be a hero in the eyes of millions who become PSO members and thus not only learn life skills, have spaces to store salvaged materials, build with them, and create resource banks that combine the young and old as a community to teach, share, and help each other rebuild America. To do this with the treasure our ancestors left us and help preserve the world we leave to the next 7 generations, well that is an accomplishment that will take people like you to bring together the banks and the solutions under one roof. A new form of bank where the resources are not fiat currency, but building materials that would cost us far more to make than salvage, and the wood can no longer be found.

Hopefully, as a tiny house consultant I am opening pockets of information that will help some of your clients as well. Please let me know if I can be of more help.

brad kittel
Tiny Texas Houses

Thinking of the Homeless. One Solution I can Offer. Could you Share?

I am making an offer that will be ongoing indefinitely for the organizations that are working with the homeless. I wish to provide them all with a Free Lifetime Membership in the Puresalvageliving.com site so that the people who are using the temporary housing, the meals and a place to eat, sleep, or find a bit of respite from the cold. This is a way to let them watch the videos on how to extract value out of what appears like trash, to salvage the ruins of the past to find the means to build communities of tiny organic houses that may possibly be on wheels or other means of moving them. I believe that if we were to tap the voluntary human energy of the million plus desperately poor people who want to do something that will take them out of poverty, to empower them to do something in a system that throw away more than they will earn in a lifetime without consideration of those who have not. We can do better.

Yes, this is just one of 7 houses you could stay in to find out what your organization could teach people how to build. It is a big downsize but with a common bath house, community kitchens, and other elements, new forms of village living could be created in the outskirts of cities that could become self sufficient using salvage materials, a market to sell the wares created out of them, as well as the houses they could build and sell. It is a way of teaching a path to Salvation through salvage. It works. Come visit, even invest in a Tiny House in Salvage, Texas and have it here to give you income, depreciation so that the government pays for it, be ready for the SHTF moment with a back up outside of the city, or just build houses somewhere once you learn how.

6 out of 10 homeless women are veterans who’s lives were devastated and then abandoned by the country they served. The numbers for the men on the streets are not much less for men living on the streets either, and sadly entire families are now facing such a life. Salvaged houses, buildings, and barns can produce more lumber to build with than nearly all the virgin forests we have standing in America today that we should not be cutting down if we do not need to. It is the same wood, cut, cured, aged, and ready to serve us for another couple centuries…. but that would not make the lumber corporate giants more money now would it? We have the opportunity to harvest and reuse windows by the tens of thousands that would cost enormous amounts of energy to make again for new houses, and while those that are salvaged from houses a hundred years old were made with coal pulled out of the mines by children, it is still massive energy savings to not have to melt sand again and turn it into glass, let alone transport it, stock it in stores, pay for marketing, labor, and losses to get it to your door. Instead we have cities full of the materials, from bricks, windows, doors, flooring, and much more that we can build with, beautifully, with little more than human energy.

From the first house created by Tiny Texas Houses to the newest, it is like getting a chance to stay in a museum of houses that show the progression of Salvage Building.
This is a way to understand the issues in building, the methods that are now possible to make the houses energy efficient, and the Space Magic Designs that make these seem like they are much larger inside than they appear.

Let us tap the ingenuity, knowledge, wisdom, and experience of the elders before they leave this world. The past holds so many treasures that we have, as a society, forgotten and become blind to in our hypnotic state of consumerism that keeps us from seeing the quality and savings in the old things all about. I can not make or buy a brick for the cost of taking one out of a house being torn down and cleaning it off. I can not find lumber of the quality, strength, age, beauty, or length in new lumber, even that which is imported from abroad compared to what is at our fingertips in big barns, buildings, and obsolete old mansions all around the country.

Tantra Temple is my favorite example of our Tiny Texas Organic Cottages but is not one of the houses you will be able to stay in at Salvage, Texas. Follow this link to see what you can stay in for FREE if you join in 2016.

So lets get to capturing it and show why more people become millionaires off from salvage, starting from scratch, than any other business in the United States. Not as glorious as software, sports, or Wall street, but it can be done honestly, with human energy, and a little bit of help from the community. We aim to be that help in one of the ways it is needed… the knowledge. I now ask for help getting it out to the many organizations that are trying to help out the homeless. This is a path for them to reach out, teach, and contribute to solutions that will be lasting, empowering, and inspiring. Few paths offer such and this one is free…. if they will just make it available to the masses they help, a million or two people could learn how to share their trashed houses, barns and buildings by getting them taken down for free, reducing their tax burdens, liability, and problems in the process too.

This is a set of wheels I put together just for Temple Tantra and they will work on concrete but not on the open road. You can see the back porch without the Screens or glass in place. Just playing with the imagination to show what is possible.

Setting her down on the foundation. I love using the cranes and you have to for the pre-poured concrete foundations.

So, with this in mind, I am putting in your hands the ability to give to your church, homeless shelter, or other legitimate organization working to help the homeless this gift for the new year that will allow them to pull up the videos on “How to become a Salvage Miner” and Salvage Builder of Organic Cottage, Tiny Houses, and much more….. for you to tell about… link them up with an email to me to let me know and I will add them to the membership once we confirm they are legit and let their people know of a path many may choose to break free from the perils of homelessness and create a new life out of salvage. It is not just a dream, a carrot on a stick, I have proven it can be done and offer this to your churches, non profits, and organizations dedicated to empowering others to break free from the cycle of homelessness and hopelessness.

Evening falls upon the day, the Forget Me Not Chapel a shadow in the deep red sky.

Contact Darby@Puresalvgeliving.com for opening the membership in Puresalvageliving.com to the membership in your community. We can do better. Empowerment not pity, igniting passion and hope with a path to a respectable future, I can offer no more for now but the chance to send people here whom you give the memberships to as interns, to attend seminars for free so as to go back and teach others, and building plans for the groups that will take actions and form classes to teach this. Finally, if they will send the people, and a trailer, I will provide windows, doors, and many of the parts to build a tiny house for the first ten organizations that join as members and are willing to send a crew out to spend a couple weeks and learn how to build with 95% Pure Salvage in a new way that can create houses that will last for lifetimes.

Please join me in my newest effort to make a real difference in the lives of those who need it most, can afford it the least, and to whom I can not reach without your help. While the holiday heart and giving is hot, please consider giving that which will cost you not but a moment of your time, love, and concern for the less fortunate in our society. This is a helping hand anyone can share with the people who care.
Here is a great music video that shows how three women over 49 years old, 5 kids under 30, and I salvage a two story 150 year old Texas Ranch house in 8 days.
Darby

Now a destination spot with B&B Tiny Texas Houses, private spaces for group gatherings, romantic weekends, and much more. Skinny Dip Pool demonstrated by Darby too!

12 people can do alot in a short amount of time, especially when the house is being as cooperative as this generous house has been.

Temple Tantra prepares for winter with Stained Storm glass windows

Yes, with winter coming on and the last one having slipped by before I got the new stained glass storm windows in, this is a great day, and night. Hope you like some of the pictures and ideas they might give you for your dream house in the wilderness. This is my dream home and you can nearly see it flying off into the night, as it does after most have gone to sleep.

Half way done, the sides are in but the back is still screen.

Half way done, the sides are in but the back is still screen.

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Frontal view of Tantra Temple

Frontal view of Tantra Temple

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From above and below, there are many aspects to the perspective.

From above and below, there are many aspects to the perspective.

Daytime shots are better to see the whole composition.

Daytime shots are better to see the whole composition.

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Originally this was all clear windows.

Originally this was all clear windows.

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Oh so fine and tasty.....

Oh so fine and tasty…..

Here we have both in at last, 2 years since I built them.

Here we have both in at last, 2 years since I built them.

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Savor the day, the night, the salvage waiting to be saved and turned into houses such as this, imagination manifested into something we can use for the rest of our life and yet, be art.

Please join me across the world in creating beautiful salvaged materials masterpieces I call Organic Cottage House Art…. toxin free sustainable and energy efficient. What more could we ask for from a 95% Pure Salvaged House?

Rear end shot during the day, with the stained glass storm windows installed for the winter.  See what they look like when the sun goes down.

Rear end shot during the day, with the stained glass storm windows installed for the winter. See what they look like when the sun goes down.

X marks the spot.

X marks the spot.

The sink is on the far side of the half wall.

The sink is on the far side of the half wall.

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Clear glass dipped in red glass then carved through the red to create this 120 years ago in a day without electric.  Amazing things from the past.

Clear glass dipped in red glass then carved through the red to create this 120 years ago in a day without electric. Amazing things from the past.

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Here you can see how well the door matches the windows, except the door has French Glue Chip glass around the border.

Here you can see how well the door matches the windows, except the door has French Glue Chip glass around the border.

Delicious with the views this way.

Delicious with the views this way.

Progress with interns creating a very unusual Red Eclectic Log Cabin.

A few hours here, a few hours there, we are squeezing time to manifest another part of my imagination joining together eclectic pieces of salvage to create organic houses we will be able to live in when we are done. How many people get to create Houses Art that you can live in for the rest of your life if you are lucky? Truly this is intended to be one more example that people will be able to come stay overnight in and thus experience the energy that is evident once you spend a night and dream in one. Join us as we finish up the details it will take and then move it out to its final setting where it will come to life, almost like a child of my mind and the human energy of some great helpers.
So far, 30 people have had their hands on the parts that will compose this house so far, all learning how much work it takes, and the reward that comes from manifesting it and then knowing you can do it again there after. While some may have only worked on it for day or a week, each will have a vested amount of energy and be able to come back, stay there a night for free, and know they were part of creating something bigger than any of us alone will likely create.
Here are some updates on the progress.

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Working to teach and learn at the same time.

Working to teach and learn at the same time.

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Michael is helping to fit a possible window.

Michael is helping to fit a possible window.

Mason is test fitting a possible window for the hole we got.

Mason is test fitting a possible window for the hole we got.

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Stained glass with diamond casements.

Stained glass with diamond casements.

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The side window is covered by the reflective cover but you can see three of the windows.

The side window is covered by the reflective cover but you can see three of the windows.

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Bits of stained glass here and there.

Bits of stained glass here and there.

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Gilad was at it again today, even with his partially healed finger...

Gilad was at it again today, even with his partially healed finger…

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Jerry and Gilad are setting a piece of the trim I created out of 1" Cypress.

Jerry and Gilad are setting a piece of the trim I created out of 1″ Cypress.

The Red Log Cabin comes to life

As the form comes into what we see, the house is made with history.
Once upon a time it stood, then all came down as salvaged wood.
So now it all comes into view, the house I see and form for you.
I hope that others from this see, what old dead houses could one day be.

We got all of the logs for this from the Weatherford Salvage Bootcamp last year and finally get to put it together to create a new house for the collection at Salvage, Texas. Hope you like seeing it come together and thus learning how to do it if there comes the time for you to start building with free salvaged materials too.

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Laura, Brian, Gilad, and me up in the house.  So much help to be thankful for.

Laura, Brian, Gilad, and me up in the house. So much help to be thankful for.

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The interior loft floor is over 100 sf of living area with lots of light and air flow.
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Brian has been coming around and helping alot too.

Gilad has done some very nice work on the edge of the flooring to give it a curvilinear feature to go along with the beam that does not cross the wall in the middle on both sides.

Gilad has done some very nice work on the edge of the flooring to give it a curvilinear feature to go along with the beam that does not cross the wall in the middle on both sides.

We got a great deal done in a week with only a few people a couple days but as much as 7 people for nearly a day, and 5 people for a couple days for half a day and then just two for a couple days. Since most are learning, it is slower than it will be for them the next time, but everyone seems to be having fun learning and no one is getting hurt… so we will continue to have these work/train days going for those approved to come and learn.

Thanks for following.

Announcing the offering of the Tiny Texas Houses Building Plans series!

Yes, after all these years, I have found someone who is interested in taking on the building plans for Tiny Texas Houses that we have created over the last decade. This will go a step or two beyond the Cowboy Building Plan set we already offer and provide you with more measurements, details, and ultimately a discount on the book to teach people how to get the materials and build with salvage instead of toxic big box new materials that will not work if you are building a sustainable toxin free house. I will be posting them up for sale shortly but you can get in touch to let us know if you want to be on the list of first to know when they are ready to ship out. I am putting together a good photo library to go with each set to show more of how they were built than just a plan set. We will see what comes but I do hope you like the news.

As we spruce them up and make them ready for a public tasting, here is a shot of the Writers Cottage.

As we spruce them up and make them ready for a public tasting, here is a shot of the Writers Cottage.

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This is one of the houses that we are offering plans up for next.  The Monty Grand Victorian which is also for sale at the moment.  an incredible house with great features throughout.

This is one of the houses that we are offering plans up for next. The Monty Grand Victorian which is also for sale at the moment. an incredible house with great features throughout.

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Which door knob will let you in?????

Which door knob will let you in?????

a Trundle bed (double twin pulls out from below which also converts to a King size bed.

a Trundle bed (double twin pulls out from below which also converts to a King size bed.

Giant fridge, freezer, and convection/micro wave oven all hidden away.

Giant fridge, freezer, and convection/micro wave oven all hidden away.

Big porcelain sink with a deep and shallow bowl and the double induction plate to the right in its performing position.

Big porcelain sink with a deep and shallow bowl and the double induction plate to the right in its performing position.

The plans will have different windows than you may find but you can come shop in our 80,000 sf of warehouses and see what you can find, then we can modify the plans for you later to fit them too, possibly, for a small additional charge, customized to your doors and windows. The plans are done in Sketch Up too so if people want, they may be able to get the 3-D sketch up version too.

Anyone out there interested yet? Imagine too that the whole plan set and Sketch Up versions together will be less than $250 with a discount equal to that for material packages over $5,000 to build with if you buy from Pure Salvage Living or Tiny Texas Houses inventories which are the largest in the country.

We are also issuing the plans for the cutest tiny Writers cottage which will be on plans as a 12′ 12′. I felt that was too small once I had finished so that this plan compensated for the shortcomings that the other might have for space and storage at the original width of 10′ instead of 12′ as it is in the plans.

Foundation, walls, floor, porches, all you need to build it but the parts and skills.  We also offer most of the parts too though.

Foundation, walls, floor, porches, all you need to build it but the parts and skills. We also offer most of the parts too though.

Kitchenette with the bath door open.  This is in a 10' x 12' house known as the Writers Cottage.

Kitchenette with the bath door open. This is in a 10′ x 12′ house known as the Writers Cottage.

This is a 10' x 12'  plus the upper floor which will hold a couple twin beds or a double.

This is a 10′ x 12′ plus the upper floor which will hold a couple twin beds or a double.

This is a very special stairwell I call the Harp stairs.  It was put into the Writers Cottage which now sits up on an out look in Hunt,

This is a very special stairwell I call the Harp stairs. It was put into the Writers Cottage which now sits up on an out look in Hunt,

big brother & Little sister back end view is a great example of how we can put houses together to create  great common living areas spread out over an acre of land with gardens and privacy within each assemblage of organic cottages.   Perhaps they will be the next to be put to plans.

big brother & Little sister back end view is a great example of how we can put houses together to create great common living areas spread out over an acre of land with gardens and privacy within each assemblage of organic cottages. Perhaps they will be the next to be put to plans.

Want to be on TV with a super strange house conversion job

We might be able to help, first by directing you to this casting call…. later with some parts to help you fulfill your dream.
file:///Users/darby/Downloads/Casting%20Call_YouCant.pdf

If you did not see the El Campo Bootcamp, Check out how you can get the materials to build a house for free, and do it with people who have never taken down a house before.Hi!

This is Taylor Harris, and I work for a TV production company called Red Arrow Industries located in Knoxville, TN. We’re the production company behind Lone Star Restoration on the History channel, and we’re casting for a new show in the greater San Antonio, Austin, and Houston areas!

The show we’re currently producing is called You Can’t Turn That Into a House and will feature people with unique structures, vehicles, and containers that they want to turn into livable retreats. We’re in search of individuals, couples, and families to appear on camera and have their could-be dwellings transformed!

We thought since Tiny Texas House is a popular blog in the area that you might have followers or maybe even friends and family who may like to be featured in the show! Nothing is too outside the box – a boat, an old barn, an abandoned train car, a dumpster, a grain silo, you name it. If someone has something on their property that they think they could sleep, eat, or play in, we want to know about it!

I’ve included our flyer as well as our casting information below. If you would pass it along to anyone you think could be a good fit – well, that would be awesome!

Thanks and we look forward to hearing back from you!

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Now Casting for Renovation Show Red Arrow Industries is seeking residents of the greater San Antonio, Austin, and Houston areas with unique structures they’d like to turn into livable dwellings. Nothing is too outside the box – a boat, an old barn, an abandoned train car, a dumpster, a grain silo, you name it! If you’ve got something on your property that you think you could sleep, eat, or play in, we want to know about it!

Anyone who would like to be considered should please send the following information to casting@redarrowindustries.com:
Name and home address
Phone number
Photos of your unique structure
The story behind your structure/vehicle/container – How did you come to own it? What are you doing with it at present?

TAYLOR HARRIS
CASTING DIRECTOR & BRAND MANAGER | RED ARROW INDUSTRIES
O: 865-357-1451 | F: 865-357-1459

We create stories people watch, consume, share. Anytime. Anywhere.
No one skips a good story. | www.redarrowindustries.com

SalvageFaire grows closer to becoming an event venue for Organic Living Event Center

Yes we are still working to bring the SalvageFaire building and stage on line for this winter opening. While it has gone slower than I originally planned, it is turning out better than what I envisioned a few years ago when we started. Here are some pictures of what is going on. If you want to come help manifest this venue for Pure Salvage Living followers to meet at, share their ideas, sell their old stuff or to barter for new, that is what we are going for, and you can even barter some of your work for parts and pieces to build your own Organic House one day.
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In case you want to know where you are at.... here is a pamphlet that tells you more if you can see it.

In case you want to know where you are at…. here is a pamphlet that tells you more if you can see it.

With a passion flower at his core, concrete symbolism in this dimension, and a reflection on the sky, Darby takes you on a different path than most will choose to take.

With a passion flower at his core, concrete symbolism in this dimension, and a reflection on the sky, Darby takes you on a different path than most will choose to take.

I am looking for some great people to help manifest this island in the middle of three of the biggest cities in Texas so we do have an opportunity for others to invest in some of the land or projects they would like to do and to also reap some of the rewards that lay ahead for creating this unique Market, event venue, and gathering point for the millions who live in the cities nearby. I would like to see people join in who want to make a difference in the direction our society is headed and help by being part of the solution. If interested in fostering such a municipality and manifesting it for the many who will appreciate it, please get in touch with me and we can explore how you can become involved too. BWK@tinytexashouses.com