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1. Cesarrxx wrote:
Hi there, thanks for your cmmeont!Yes, we do want to live in this for a while. It's beautiful, and we put our blood, sweat, and tears into it. I'm attached. We are currently renting a private lot in a residential neighborhood that has a hookup for water, electric, and sewer. We have an incinerating toilet so don't need the sewer. We have propane tanks for heat and cooking. We'll get solar panels to generate our own electricity in the near future.We're saving to buy a piece of land debt-free, where we want to build a long-term residence that is self-sustaining; utilizing rainwater catchment and our natural electricity: solar.As to the business that we're working on creating: the goal is not to make it rich. The goal is to show that living small can be done with ease. And maybe we'd all be a lot better off without our stuff weighing us down. It would be nice to make a living doing this, because it would feel really good to have an occupation that helps others have a smaller footprint on our Home.take care!Carrie (and Shane)

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