We are not open except for appointment during the week, and then it is generally from 9-5. The group tours are on Saturdays through end of February and cost $20 per adult which will apply to the cost of a house if you do get one.
When we reached the bottom, we had dropped over 200' in elevation in less than a thousand feet. The tree we hit and the house both survived.
Who says Heaven is not above us? From Last nights peaceful ending as the sun was about to set, this morning brought some changes as Heaven got folded up to fly away. Here is a gallery and story of the process that we went through today to load and ready Heaven for its trip to its new home.
These are the same materials we would use to build the same house for you, except at 5 times the money once it was complete. You can save tens of thousands of dollars building it in your town with out having to ship one of mine cross country. We can show you how, get the part you will need to you, use lay away or credit cards to accumulate your parts for a dream you can manifest into a home to last the rest of your life. $12,500 gets you all of the key parts but the framing lumber and the other things you can buy locally. MaterialsPackage12x20
We were honored by the essay No. 4 St. James has created, and Caleb Kerr has written. Here is the link if you would like to see a great essay and picture series on our little seed maker, Tiny Texas…
Yes, a Mega-door-yay ceiling built from giant pocket doors that come from as far away as Buffalo, New York, Chicago, and St. Louis where they once occupied mansions. Using Salvage you can build such a ceiling for less than $10,000 in materials, if you paid retail for all of the doors, crown, and beams to build this ceiling with such classic woods. Labor was two or three days with two guys.
Yes, I opened myself up for potshots and told the story of how Tiny Texas Houses, Pure Salvage Living, Discovery Architectural Antiques, and Discovery Investments, a real estate company from the 1980's all tie together. It started with $600 and the dream to publish my own book. Still haven't finished that part but it is where I am moving on to now with Salvage, Texas manifesting as the final chapters of the book had once foretold.