Celebrate the culture of agriculture & share skills (Growing! Cooking! Eating!)
In 2008, Pine Street Carpenters built a replica of Henry David Thoreau's cabin at Walden Pond for a new exhibit at Tyler Arboretum in Media, PA.
I think this is a great cabin, why oh why do we seem to think we need huge houses it is more toheat more to clean more to waste resources on, could never understand why 1 or 2 people need a 5-6 or more bedroom home with 8 baths and etc. why not live the simple life and live, have we gotten so vain that we think the Earth owes us everything we can take from it?? I would LOVE a little cabin like that and intend on building one soon. enough to live in and enjoy. My wife feels the same way, enough with the big, the big is what got us into this mess. Please tell your comments on this matter, I would like to hear them.
One more thing people cold learn tohelp each other andit would be a better world, Thanks Farm Aid
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