Map street views along Hwy 59 show the background businesses gone and buildings vacant.If you spot this guy in the region (it's a unique design, not a Muffler Man), let us know. To me, he looks kind of Canadian, which would make him totally out of place in southern Alabama.[sic] It’s not every day that a shared desire for a mortgage-free homestead factors into someone’s image of the perfect mate, but hey — why the hell shouldn’t it?And there’s at least one tiny house designer catering to the single-and-searching as well.I was down at my in-laws and came across this woodsman. However, there is a huge logging industry in the area, so maybe he's not so out of place after all?He was erected sometime between January 1 and August 1, 1999, since he was not there Christmas time. Presented by the Tupper Lake Woodsmen's Association, the Annual Woodmen's Days has something for everyone.As far as we can determine, this promising logger/Paul Bunyan statue, sighted once in Stapleton in 1999, has since moved to parts unknown.
Presented by the Tupper Lake Woodsmen's Association, the Annual Woodmen's Days has something for everyone.
We need to do something to show it off,” Scott Kuehn said Tuesday.
Kuehn, of Bonner and the Society of American Foresters, is a former hot saw world-record holder and one of the founders, in 1978, of the annual timber sports competition held these days on Forestry Days weekend at Historic Fort Missoula.
lovers and tiny houses " data-medium-file="https://grist.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/loveinatinyplace_3.jpg? w=330" data-large-file="https://grist.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/loveinatinyplace_3.jpg? w=970" / Every Friday night across the country, a familiar scenario plays out: Someone listens to Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” for the 14th time in a row, consumes Nutella by the fistful, and dons old sweatpants with paw prints on the butt, all while thinking, “It might be time to try to get a date.” Why shouldn’t this be happening in a 120-square-foot cottage on wheels? And slowly, a few enterprising souls are popping out of the reclaimed woodwork to fulfill them. At long last, someone thought to outdo Farmers Only, Purrsonals, and Salad Match by creating a niche dating site for tiny house people.
From the website’s About Me section: After finding out about this from Lloyd Alter on Tree Hugger on Friday, I wanted to see who’s out there on the tiny house dating scene, so I opened an account.