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10255Re: [sig] request for feedback/collaberation-Rom vardo

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  • Lente
    Aug 4, 2005
      You know I was just watching hgtv show called:
      Small Space, Big Style Episode HSSBS-101 titled Big Style, Big City
      Visit four homes in four big cities that prove good things DO come in small
      spaces. Retro and modern design combine in historic Old Town Alexandria and
      industrial chic meets laid back beach in a California bungalow. Then see how
      one couple met the challenges of a fifth-floor apartment in New York City
      and why an accomplished painter chose to live in a WWII transport vessel!
      Some of the air times are: August 04, 2005 8:00 PM ET/PT; August 05, 2005
      12:00 AM ET/PT; August 06, 2005 2:00 PM ET/PT; August 07, 2005 11:00 PM
      ET/PT; August 08, 2005 3:00 AM ET/PT

      Seeing the last home of the WWII transport vessel (neat shape with a curved
      roof and each roof end was higher then the center section), it made me
      wonder if anyone has thought of using the idea of one of the medieval barges
      from amsterdam or wherever as the basis for a trailer.


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Tim Nalley" <mordakus@...>
      To: <sig@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Tuesday, July 26, 2005 11:06 AM
      Subject: Re: [sig] request for feedback/collaberation-Rom vardo

      > We're having a sign made for ours to say " 'dok &
      > Xan's Dacha", with an elephant and a raven or goat,
      > Old English lettering though I could probably do
      > Bilibin lettering in a pinch.
      > Mine will have bow top, setachable shelf top
      > sides and modified futon loveseat & detachable walls
      > so it can be my "truck bed" in mundania. Free chicken
      > wings and beer for hauling, heck yeah!
      > Xanetia has a Suburban so we may make another one
      > after we move back to Columbus. This is my
      > dream.....I'm thinking dooley wheels big, 7" x 12",
      > drop top Plastic, like a pop top camper only a vardo.
      > Queen sized bed w/ drawers underneath and bracketed by
      > a 3'propane dorm fridge on one side and tub storage or
      > spare tire, flares & generator on a side out on the
      > other. 6' bench seat along one wall & queenie stove
      > with trundle countertops along the other side
      > bracketing a window, with embedded shelves with slide
      > proof rails from the floor to waist hieght. Lots of
      > hooks along the ceiling edges for stuff.
      > I haven't figured out where to put the TV or
      > solar screens yet, but I will....just kidding.
      > Xan and I both love to travel and plan to use this
      > Vardo as our road home when we retire in 20 years, or
      > its successor. Its ambitious, but that's what dreams
      > are for.
      > 'dok
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