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«It was something I wanted to do all the time — a living space for the time being,» he says. «I’ve kind of been looking for that for a little while now.»

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«I don’t think it’s so much about the price,» he says. «I think it’s about doing something new for yourself, and I really feel like we need to do something good with what we have.»

The goal, he says, is to live at a place where you can have privacy.

The goal, he says, is to live at a place where you can have privacy.

After finishing up the work in the shop, he came home to his computer, and decided to take it for a spin. The keyboard and mouse turned out to be a good match.

With no windows to see what he had on his screen — and no cable to cut from his ceiling to the basement to his computer, where it had a place in his living space — he was able to sit co창원출장안마mfortably and start doing exactly what he loved.

Since then, he’s had so much fun that he now considers his house his bedroom.

«It seems like I always did before. It was just like my old apartment,» he says. «I love it. I’m happy it was so easy for me. I’m glad that for me, this was just a new space that I didn’t have to worry about.»

After a few months, the new, smaller, cleaner space was full of items, and he and his wife had to buy an electric fence.

After a few weeks, the house was pretty much empty.

With his wife’s permission, he and the friend bought a big, wooded piece of property and named it Forest House — an outdoor space that would serve him at home for a while yet.

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