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Naomi P.


Arlington, VA

Member since:

November 28, 2012

Tell us your interests in tiny houses / living

I have moved more times than I care to remember, including at least every other year from 1962 through 1987. This has led to an interest in easily mobile, multi-purpose furniture, for which I have a number of ideas which I believe (or hope) could be used to advantage in a small space. The move back from Austria was done entirely using international mail which severly restricted the size of what I could bring back. Thus I no longer possess any large items of any kind, except for a large stuffed snake which I "evicerated" in order to send throgh the mail, using the stuffing as packing material for fragile items. I am looking for a housing solution that would not only be within my budget but lend itself to my itinerant life style, which may resume.


Work: climate change, regional planning, Glen Echo carousel restoration & metal machining. Hobbies: build furniture from discarded items, restore yards. Plan: work influence of corporate money on the electoral process, legislation and regulation.

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