I am looking at adding a bigger chapel than the “Forget Me Not Chapel”
and have some amazing windows ready to go.
I have all of the gothic windows and doors
from a Church in Iowa that could be re-assembled
to be over 115-17” tall at the ends of the Chapel.
I have the opportunity to assemble
a chapel with all the collections of goodies
I have stashed in 80,000 sf of warehouses.
Still, I need more support and assurance to tackle that big of a Chapel.
I will still need to pay for the labor
and to be able to have people come and volunteer
(thus train them) to help build it if they want
to be a part of creating the place
that perhaps they too
will have their relationships transformed
inside of one day in the future.
Last time the Kickstarter project was a bust with the Airstream redo.
I wonder what the difference would be with 18,000,000 people
within an hour and a half drive who could participate
in creating an artistic Non-denominational Chapel
big enough to hold 100 people
instead of the limited 28
in the “Forget Me Not” Chapel.
It will be a short jaunt,
45 minutes from Austin or San Antonio,
to sneak away,
and/or better still,
spend a romantic weekend
in a Tiny Texas House in the woods
that will also be available
for overnight and weekend guests.
Lots of quiet getaways nearby including
Palmetto Park, and
swimming less than a 1/2 mile away in the San Marcos River
and Zedler Park,
plus a Canoe Trail on the River,
and much more as we continue manifest
the market, and other parts of my vision for a permaculture town.
I Hope you can get a moment to vote in on this idea
for a bigger chapel and to let us know
if you might be willing to back such a project
with a small amount of financial support
and volunteering to help build and learn,
through one of the crowd-funding pathways.
Better still, Please share and let us know
if you or those you know would like a place
to get away from the city
to get hitched or play
with only the sorts of friends, family, or surroundings
that you want for that special day
under the Double Rainbows
at Tiny Texas Houses.