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      • Awesome you ROCK!!! I’ve been wanting something exactly like this for a while. Its just me right now and I live in an area in the US…oh what the heck I live in Washington DC and a small hole in the wall can cost you upward of 1500.00 per month or more. That is a waste of money. I’d feel better building what you have in a cozy part of the blue ridge mountains and commute to work everyday. The drive would be about 1.5 hours but the view and savings of a stress free cozy life is priceless. Congrats! Hope you don’t mind but I think I need to show this beautiful girl to my builder.

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