The “Forget Me Not Chapel” gets the detailing next, then into service she goes.
This is the “Forget Me Not” Chapel.
It is about to have a bell steeple added
with the rope on the front porch
so as to ring in the new Love
and a cutout metal ridge
of 3 leaf clovers down its back.
It will seat about 28 people
but the room for the crowds
will be outside the door.
It will be located out amongst the greenery
and trees where the pictures will have backgrounds
full of leaves instead of cars or buildings.
The windows in this lovely Chapel are from Buffalo, New York,
where they had 10 times the anglo population of Texas in 1900.
With 500,000 people they had lots of churches and houses that are now obsolete.
They are down to about 200,000 people and the houses are still coming down.
The idea behind the Pure Salvage Living Renaissance
is to bring these parts and pieces back into the narrative
about how we will rebuild our country
after the fall of the industrial age here
and the exporting of all of our jobs in manufacturing.
I hope you will share the picture
s of the solutions our imagination
can come up with for Salvaged Building Materials
for this is over 95% exactly that.
Thank you for your interest
and hopefully your help
in teaching others that this alternative building option
exists to those who are convinced the American Dream
can only be fulfilled by a big ass McMansion
built out of predominantly toxic
and planet destructive products.
Thank you for being part of the solution.
Let us Pray for a better way
in a Tiny Texas Chapel
grown by the Divine energy of the universe
in the form of a tree
and assembled by humans,