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      Tiny House Blog - Living Simply in Small Spaces - Part 2

    • Harmony Rose

      Non-profit Opportunity Village Eugene, posting about their newly developed 60 sq. ft. Conestoga Hut here in Eugene, Oregon. The Conestoga hut is 6 by 10 foot shelter that can be built for between $250 and $500 depending on the utilization of re-used or donated materials. http://tinyhouseblog.com/humanitarian/opportunity-village-eugene-and-the-conestoga-hut/

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