Utopian Ranch House, another long ago creation, seldom seen by man

Utopia is found where ever the heart is in your Home.

Here is another great looking house that was built years ago, and then shipped out into the deep West Texas hill country known as Utopia.  Now some may not see that landscape as Utopian, and truly it does not draw me there to live for I am not a big fan of cactus, cedar, rocks, and dust, but it is a dream for people who have put their lives and invested into making it their home.  This was just a guest house for this couple and in one shot you can see the bigger house in the back ground, but it sure looks like it belongs there, cut into the hillside with a great view of the greenery that does exist around it.

Okay, another Image blast of a house that has seldom been seen by man since it left Manifestation bay. You have to cross a half mile of inhospitable ground to get to it and I assure you, few will try. Hope you like this gallery of pictures, inside and out of a house built before we developed our methods which are better now, but then again, much more expensive as we have upgraded nearly all we do and the price climbed up with the extra thousand man hours hours and more expensive materials, but I can’t go back.
I hope you like these images and will consider buying a bit of the Pure Salvage Living Renaissance vision by investing in an inch or two of the Acre of Hope Air Space, a funding drive to make it possible to teach others how to take what would be trash in a landfill or a fire in the field and turn it into houses like these that could take care of millions for the next 100 years instead of leaving them import dependent for wood, hardware, glass, sinks, tubs, and many other things.
Please view my houses as the seedlings they are meant to be, planted in your mind to awaken you to the possibilities of Salvage Mining, Salvage Building, and giving forward to the 7 generations that will wonder what happened to it all if we do not ACT NOW.

An heirloom from the family is always a great thing to incorporate into a Tiny Texas House.

An heirloom from the family is always a great thing to incorporate into a Tiny Texas House.

Murphy bed upon the wall, but it looks like a closet after all.

Murphy bed upon the wall, but it looks like a closet after all.

Murphy bed now made for two for sleep or fun, this bed will do.

Murphy bed now made for two for sleep or fun, this bed will do.

The closet on one side holds he cloths, the other side the toys and more.

The closet on one side holds he cloths, the other side the toys and more.

Hillbilly Haulers to this one down the road and these boys did what few have ever done.

Hillbilly Haulers to this one down the road and these boys did what few have ever done.

No small feat to get this here, a space carved out of this big hill.

No small feat to get this here, a space carved out of this big hill.

A kitchenette was all they needed for the big house was close by.

A kitchenette was all they needed for the big house was close by.

It fit so well you'd think it grew there but it came from hours away.

It fit so well you’d think it grew there but it came from hours away.

Here's the end shot once it was settled, rocks and sand still all around.

Here’s the end shot once it was settled, rocks and sand still all around.

In this end there is a window, in the distance their big house.  Quite the contrast.

In this end there is a window, in the distance their big house. Quite the contrast.

Front porch shot with a small oval windowed door.

Front porch shot with a small oval windowed door.

A simple bath for a simple house where settlers would have been glad to even have this.

A simple bath for a simple house where settlers would have been glad to even have this.

There it sits a lonely ranch house, just like in the settler days.

There it sits a lonely ranch house, just like in the settler days.