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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by astateofmike View Post
    Bugs? Naaaa...never killed me, although "house centipedes" really scared my mom...

    I am really bummed the talk of the Robinson Crusoe treehouse has already been taken off the table...Excellent view and fresh coconuts way up high in that palm tree.....
    That will be for the next build! When I get stranded in an Island. Lol.

    Good idea still. Keep em coming...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudy_ovl View Post
    Granny,
    That cabana looks incredible! Hope you do eventually put a pool next to it.

    -Chris D.
    Looks great indeed.
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    Thanks for the compliments, chaps! The building is 28' x 28' in one big room, with a bath addition on the back, that's about 7' x 7' or so. The walls of the main room are 10' high and it's 25' from the floor to the peak of the ceiling of the cupola.

    Edit to add that you shouldn't get too excited about seeing all the buildings on my property. This is by far the best. Our house is a teardown and so are most of the rest of the buildings. The worst is a seriously derelict house that we plan to tear down next year and replace with a garage/shop/storage (i.e. barn). Only then will be really be able to use our summer house as intended as right now it's essentially my shop.
    Last edited by Granny; 11-11-2010 at 12:17 PM.

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    it is a really beautiful home ! every one will be happy when live in. !!!

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