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We fit all our stuff inside a 20 foot shipping container. The driveway hadn't been cut yet so we slid boxes down a ramp from the lot above. Many people came to help. In May, there's often thunder showers so we had to move quickly.
We fit all our stuff inside a 20 foot shipping container. The driveway hadn’t been cut yet so we slid boxes down a ramp from the lot above. Many people came to help. In May, there’s often thunder showers so we had to move quickly.
Almost finished adding plastic and tarps—and scrap wood, scrap tin and rope (plastic) to keep it all from flapping viciously in high wind.
Almost finished adding plastic and tarps—and scrap wood, scrap tin and rope (plastic) to keep it all from flapping viciously in high wind.
Southwest view. When the tarps had to be closed it was like living in a garbage bag.
Southwest view. When the tarps had to be closed it was like living in a garbage bag.
Inside before plastic, tarps, wood, tin and anything else I could nail or tie onto the structure, including umbrellas.
Inside before plastic, tarps, wood, tin and anything else I could nail or tie onto the structure, including umbrellas.
Roughly 5:30 am looking southeast.
Roughly 5:30 am looking southeast.
Sunset view looking almost due west.
Sunset view looking almost due west.
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Original configuration of living conditions. Phase 1, I call it.
Started adding plastic on the sides. (It needed more. LOTS more.)
Started adding plastic on the sides. (It needed more. LOTS more.)
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