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Sunday, January 13, 2013

Two Texas Houses



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    1. Thank you. Both these places go back at least half a century or more.

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  2. Stone(brick?), wood... how about a straw one tomorrow. The 3 Pigs would love it. hahahaha

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    1. Thanks for the laugh. Straw bale is the latest thing in building material, at least in the Midwest. They have terrific R-values, low cost, renewable, easy to work with, and fireproof after being plastered.

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  3. Two old school houses. One with a ramp, for a wheelchair maybe.

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    1. Thanks, and yes, I'm sure it is for a wheelchair.

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  4. I like more the stone ones...

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    1. The wooden house looks grim, but I like the look of the photo.

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  5. The second photo fascinates me! It makes you look at it and wonder. It seems to draw you in.

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  6. Both are striking. I was amazed at how many "photos" I saw out the window on a brief drive through part of Texas in 2011.

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  7. Another interesting pairing. Stone arches and severe wooden rectangles.

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  8. Two interest unique homes that demonstrate the state of being different. Other wise I like the variety.

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  9. They are very different from each other, interesting pairing.

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