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February 06, 2007



I used to live in a community where there were a lot of hodge-podge houses--but one level. There had been a government town nearby that was dismantled 15 years before, and the houses were sold for like $50 a piece. People moved the houses to lots and then added pieces here and there make the basic houses more functional. Some of them were bizarre, though, and had a feeling that they were built out of something the Big Bad Wolf could blow down. My brother calls these type of houses "oh sh*t houses"--as in families saying, "Oh sh*t! We need another room!" These pictures are GREAT!

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