Because you know how it goes. You buy a piece of land and then eight years later… WHAM! You’re in full-on building mode. Okay. That likely isn’t how it goes for most people when they decide to build a home. But that’s how it’s been for us. And let me tell you. It’s been quite a ride.
Want to hear more about it and see Our House in the Trees in progress? (I can’t even believe I just typed that… am I dreaming? Hallucinating? Just really, really hungry? Yeah, that seems more like it.)
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Check out the first episode in my video series chronicling the building of our sustainable home from the ground up, where we deal with a ton of rain and I try to find eco-friendly finishes for our home in a part of the world not exactly known for its eco-friendliness.
Former architectural technologist. Current treehugger.
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Find out more about our 40 acres of land in Parkland County, Alberta and the sustainable home we built amongst the trees.