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To me this is the ultimate offgrid situation. You harvest water rather than drilling a well, you grow your food in your house, nothing is wasted and the house heats and cools itself. http://www.earthships.com In case you have any questions about how we do what we do and any products that we swear by we have listed them all below! ↓*↓*↓*↓*↓ Click Below For More Info ↓*↓*↓*↓*↓ Want an easy way to support us? Shop at our store: http://astore.amazon.com/edibleoasisid-20?node=2&page=3 If you love what you see here, help us to keep it going by becoming part of our Patreon family: http://www.patreon.com/Dirtpatcheaven Shop my Etsy store: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Dirtpatcheaven Nomadic RV-Living Must Haves 4 qt Pressure Cooker- http://amzn.to/2epc4ex Collapsible Steamer Basket- http://amzn.to/2eAUHa8 Magnetic Checker Game- http://amzn.to/2dTkls0 _ DPH Video Equipment Camera & Lens: http://amzn.to/2a9FuMo Tripod: http://amzn.to/2as65CA Memory Card: http://amzn.to/2aow7FC Microphone: http://amzn.to/2a32BTa Battery: http://amzn.to/2a5XpxY _ Spinning Must-Haves: Polywog Spinning Wheel: http://etsy.me/2arJCag Drop Spindle Kit: http://etsy.me/2ahBPL0 Hey guys! You might be wondering what’s up with all of these fancy affiliate links. If you purchase something from these links, my family might receive a small percentage from that purchase. It’s the company’s way of saying “Aw. Thanks for sending your friends our way, buddy!” The best part is that it doesn’t change the cost to you at all. It’s a win, win, win! Come hang out with us: FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/Dirtpatcheaven/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dirtpatcheaven/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/Dirtpatcheaven Tumblr: http://www.tumblr.com/blog/dirtpatcheaven Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/Dirtpatcheaven/ Podcast: http://www.jillsofalltradespodcast.com NaturalHappy Beauty Channel: http://bit.ly/2ao8COC
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David Johnson (1 месяц назад)
You call that "modern"?
Dr. Paul McNeil (2 месяца назад)
Very Beautiful 0010110 Paul
Dr. Paul McNeil (2 месяца назад)
I Very much like this house Well done Thank you for sharing Blessings Namasté 0010110 Paul
dedi Sembiring (5 месяцев назад)
It’s amazing house
Ron Gray (5 месяцев назад)
Fantastic video...the wind...not a problem...add wind turbines and it is a wonderful sound!! Blessings!!
Hanora Brennan (7 месяцев назад)
A thing of beauty is a joy forever said Mr. Wordsworth and I fully agree.
Jay Shelton (8 месяцев назад)
We have two of those homes in Roswell, New Mexico.
diane hall (9 месяцев назад)
What is the difference between an earth ship home and a 1970s envelope house? I am an Original Mother Earther and was 26 in 1976. My New Hampshire neighbor had an envelope home that looks similar if not identical to your yours. It was one of the best sustainable designs I have ever walked into. We live in a hybrid these days. A newly built home that can be easily converted to off-grid / eco-friendly. We are family farming and make use of both worlds at the moment. Very fortunate to have multiple options that make our daily lives easier, while we prepare to live off-grid if necessary.
AmeriJam Acres (9 месяцев назад)
I’ve heard Paul Wheaton say that earthships tend to have a tire smell to them. Did you experience anything like that. I am seriously thinking about building one of these when I move back to the states. Would love to know if that tire smell is an issue.
Do Right (10 месяцев назад)
I'll bet you that they ( he) had a war with the building codes when they found out what he was doing because they are connected with the housing industry to sell manufactured building supplies! (" SOME" ) regulations are absolutely needed ! But, it's not as much about health and housing safety as they make it appear! My OBSERVATION!
Brent Martin (11 месяцев назад)
Handsome nice guy , very uninformed
lynda karle (11 месяцев назад)
i love your home, may i ask how much that would cost the way you have it?. i live in qld Australia.
Kathleen Winser (1 год назад)
Why don’t you use a composting toilet?
Hal KW (1 год назад)
Awesome !!
A.L. Sheehan (1 год назад)
this is so informative!
shangoramoda (1 год назад)
on a different video I watched where they toured the guide said 7 to 11 inches a year in rainfall.
georgewu5 (1 год назад)
I have a hard time to turn off that annoying AD "how to make money from the internet" . I hate that ad ! I don't like the body language of that fat guy who looks an uneducated gangster. George Wu, AIA, ARCHITECT NCARB 20-7-9-4
georgewu5 (11 месяцев назад)
Curt Muhlenberg the Jew, If everybody gives the annoying fat guy in the ad $99 as he asked for, he would make $99,000 from the internet for sure ! George Wu, ARCHITECT, A.I.A. NCARB 2017-11-21
Anonymous 1 (1 год назад)
I am in love!
Gayle Marie (1 год назад)
I love this ... :)
Lavonda Carter (1 год назад)
Did anyone notice this guy is GORGEOUS !!!!!! Love this place
Donna Kettler (1 год назад)
Can you show the house? The kitchen, living area
Donna Kettler (1 год назад)
Awesome home..... please show more home. Or do the explanations for filter system shorter
Kelly K. (1 год назад)
how long does the water filtration last what maintenance is required?
Doreen Forauer (1 год назад)
This is AWESOME..what a wonderful way to live and it is so tranquil and soothing.
spymaine89 (1 год назад)
good job but hard to hear
Brunnr (1 год назад)
Back in the day when tires were not being recycled it was a smart idea to try them in earthships, but these days they are painfully difficult to pack with dirt and aren't always free or evenly sized. Much easier to replace them with earthbags, and if the earth berms have a thermal umbrella to divert ground water away from the structure there's few concerns about water penetration in the walls regardless of material used. The beams and planks for the ceiling look great, as does the earthen plaster on the walls! The air tubes for cooling (and heating when drawing cold winter air in) are great with low humidity locations, but in humid locations condensation during the summer would cause issues. But this location is perfect for it to work without issues.
IzzyNChrist (1 год назад)
but how can you be off grid if you have the internet? I thought the internet could be used as a tracking mechanism. Or does being off grid not have anything to do with being detected?
cory mattos (1 год назад)
Did he say how much this all cost him in total? If he did i missed it. Edit: Also, where we might find plans for this particular earthship with all the different components?
May J (1 год назад)
great house full of ingenuity ,,great looking well spoken guy
Chris Taylor (1 год назад)
I see screens on the tube, good.
Chris Taylor (1 год назад)
add a backup wood burning stove or alternative heat souce, "just in case".
Chris Taylor (1 год назад)
still would have shades on the inside of greenhouse for the winter. so many "problems" I have mentioned, any answers?
Chris Taylor (1 год назад)
do you burn your trash? what do you do with your trash , like toilet paper,, tampons, tin cans, things you need to dispose of?
Chris Taylor (1 год назад)
how do you heat water in the winter, or if it's overcast or raining? can you cover the vents if its cold and you don't want cold air coming in or is it hot all year long?
Chris Taylor (1 год назад)
no walkie on cement, please! cold also. easy to clean, but still terrible. any issues for mold and mildew with reusing water recycling inside?  also, any animals getting in the ventilation tubes? any screening for the vent tubes?
Chris Taylor (1 год назад)
cement floors are bad for your feet, back and joints waling on that every day, believe me, when you get older, you'll see, it's terrible for aching joints and hurt feet! please reconsider using something else, your feet and back will thank you, maybe bamboo, sealed .
Chris Taylor (1 год назад)
overhead beams, bad feng shui, pressing down on your chi, bad and oppressive. sorry. could have insulated the closet where the system is. need screens on that skylight & the open windows! glad the plants are glassed in away fom food sources and people.
John Garland (1 год назад)
I stayed there last July. They didn't have the bottle wall in the bathroom when I was there.
Gina Ramirez (1 год назад)
This is the most amazing earthship I would love to live in one such as this
G. E. (1 год назад)
Sexy guy
G. E. (1 год назад)
That's definitely NOT a tiny house
Dan Strayer (1 год назад)
At 9:57 ...a "gouge"? It's a GAUGE....phonetically, hard g, long a, soft g. WTF?? This makes me thing he actually didn't do a lot of this stuff.
UzeHerName (1 год назад)
If I remember from an older video about these homes in Taos they got about 9 inches of rain a year. The other guy said that if people lived where it averaged 12 inches of rain a year they could be totally self sufficient. He said that sometimes in Taos they have to haul water in during years with less rainfall.
UzeHerName (1 год назад)
They've been making these houses now for over 40 yrs and they have really brought it down to a streamlined science. And they are finally really beautiful. They always had their own kind of beauty, but this house is gorgeous a bit more of a mainstream beauty. Wish I could do this. Thanks for sharing this.
Earl wyatt Mccrory (1 год назад)
i like it wear is it nice off grad.
10toria19 (1 год назад)
to helicart, I had a big stack of New Shelter magazine for the longest time. Like so many, I thought I was going to build my self sustaining house. I had three acres to start and took classes at the old Mother Earth News farm in Ashville N.C. However, I need a job too. Life gets in the way sometimes.
sikantis61 (1 год назад)
Greater World is located in a beautiful spot. So many of those are short term rentals, though.
Lavina Bowman (1 год назад)
wow that is so nice
Dirtpatcheaven (1 год назад)
I agree. That was one of our favorite stops on our trip.
itsnothinmuffin (1 год назад)
It is so hard to find earthships where the owner goes the extra mile to make it look beautiful. The actual structure is gorgeous but the inside finishes are just take it to the next level. I like how you note it doesn't look like the "ramshackle, thrown together hippie house", but something more high end. ( Not that there's anything wrong with thrown together. ) I also appreciate the in depth explanations about his water system! This is probably the best earth ship I've seen. Thanks for sharing this. :D
velocity73R (1 год назад)
I like the look he gives, 'Here are the batteries' and they don't come in for the shot, it's like, why are you here again????
Liberty Leslie (1 год назад)
I am looking at designs...I don't know if I would want the water well pump beside the head of my bed when I am sleeping. I guess it won't be going low and turning on while your sleeping .....with most families.
The Age of The Awakening (1 год назад)
damn I wanna move there
The Age of The Awakening (1 год назад)
just do a gravity tank for potable water and one for everything else. pumps cause too many headaches. and no power means no pump. gravity always feeds
The Age of The Awakening (1 год назад)
you shouldn't need a pump if you have a tank above you. it's either or. why do they have both?
The Age of The Awakening (1 год назад)
wait,,,,, you melt the roof snow to make drinking water? that's amazing
Beatrice M Young (1 год назад)
Any idea what the actual cost was to build this house?
SnakeKoRn (1 год назад)
Should you ever have this issue again with the wind, I recommend adding subtitles for that part, because lots of it is hard to understand. Other than that, amazing vid!
MyGolden30 (1 год назад)
beautiful home, beautiful host, beautiful concept !!!!! Thank you for this post!
Dan Strayer (1 год назад)
Way WAY too complex. I am off grid for 35 years, and I am telling you, simplicity is the hallmark of good engineering. That Trace system is like killing a mosquito with a machine gun. (My neighbor has one of those, and when he had trouble with it, guess what? No battery charger, no inverter, no charge controller. Separate components for all functions eliminates that problem.) My house is 1600 ft, computers, TV, sound system, washer, lights everywhere, bean grinder, blender, water pump, on and on. I run ALL of it except the washing machine on a 800 watt Whistler inverter from Ebay for 45 bucks. LED lights throughout. Nice house,BTW.
Anita Archibald (10 месяцев назад)
Dan Strayer, That wasn't his house. That's just a model they show people. They have a school there teaching people how to build these houses.
Ctb 281 (1 год назад)
+Dan Strayer I never knew that was why Vinyl tops of cars were invented. It's genius how they can make us buy something that is defected. Dan what style home did you build, straw, adobe or conventional or perhaps another? I'd love to go with straw and I say this because it's somthing I think I can do and love the thickness of the outer walls and simplicity is the key to it as you said. Being off the grid or even lowering my addiction to commercial utilities has to make you feel free. Our society pushes us to want more and more and I'm for one am sick of it. My home at present us a tin can (cheap ass trailer) that does not feel like a home nor do I feel safe in it. I've got to be grounded, if you know what I mean lol
Dan Strayer (1 год назад)
Carl..you know the tiny house movement reminds me of vinyl tops on American cars of the '70's and textured drywall, also from the 70's: These were idea marketed to be somehow chic or attractive or cool but in reality both of those things were invented to cover up defects: in the metal stampings of car roof panels and to cover shitty workmanship in drywall. And so it is with tiny houses, marketed to be cool or fashionable but the reality is that people cannot afford a regular home anymore on wages which have stagnated, and the stigma of living in a trailer is something many avoid like the plague. The only way I could ever have a home like mine was to learn how to build it and wait for the right land to come along. And you are right, that cost is so out of line it is ludicrous.
Ctb 281 (1 год назад)
+Dan Strayer​ Yeah reminds me of the tiny house movement with costs running as high as 70,000 fir a 400 square foot home. Lol Rediculous .
Dan Strayer (1 год назад)
I might do that. It's a good idea. One idea that is really lacking is the attitude which should accompany "off grid" or alternative or green living, and that is an attitude of modesty, of scaling down, of simplifying everything, these are the direct opposites of American values, and unfortunately the place in this video misses the mark on all counts. I have neighbors like this, they want the "mystic" or the "allure" of alternative living and they will not give up ONE goddamned thing, the giant flat screen, incandescent bulbs on all the time, radiant heating , on and on. They and this guy completely missed the boat on sustainable and simple living by making things as complex as humanly possible. Just one guy or maybe w. a partner, you need a house that big? Really? You have the wrong attitude.
A. Angel (1 год назад)
is there a way to buy builders that make these homes for you? or give you architectural plans? i am in-love with this house. i originally wanted a Tiny-home but i think Earthships have stolen my heart. i want one.
nick canale (1 год назад)
look into hho tech for gas no fossil fuels needed you have done a wonderfull job of eliminating a carban foot print magical very impressive
All about Alma (1 год назад)
wow! I love it, it is amazing!
Dirtpatcheaven (1 год назад)
It really is!
Sheri Benjegerdes (1 год назад)
This is my favorite design and living system. so glad you found it too. these homes are in every climate. gorgeous and such easy living and so cozy, comfortable.
Dirtpatcheaven (1 год назад)
JazzardFilms (1 год назад)
I went to that same exact earth ship a couple of days ago, experience was AMAZING!!
Dirtpatcheaven (1 год назад)
Right! We were in awe!
mark k (1 год назад)
add subtitles when you are outside
Jarnar (1 год назад)
just a suggestion for the windy part: try editing the automatic CC to say what's actually spoken instead of the automatic guesses by google - it's fun to read though that "a roman" repels mosquitoes ;-)
tsumetaitenshi (1 год назад)
love it!
tsumetaitenshi (1 год назад)
it is I want one so bad! but we live in southern Louisiana so I don't think it would work here :( it too hot and too humid
Dirtpatcheaven (1 год назад)
Isn't it cool?!
Kathy Fann (1 год назад)
Beautiful home
Dirtpatcheaven (1 год назад)
Kathy Fann (1 год назад)
Don't you need Bees? Do you have a hive to help with pollination
Tiffany Patton (1 год назад)
OMG,, this is an off grid house now! What size solar is this house running...good grief....that pressure tank looked quite large....must be pulling some watts....
Kevin Byrne (1 год назад)
Average annual rainfall in Taos, New Mexico is 12.33 inches / 31.3 cm .
Sheila meri (1 год назад)
Did this gentleman work with Michael Reynolds?  Were you in Santa Fe?  Love it.  When going to your site it opened up more videos for off grid living.  Love it!!!
Scarlett Min Ji (1 год назад)
One of the reason why I planned to stay in East Texas.. The dryness & lack of wells seems like a smart but a too much trouble plan
outdoorcountryboy forlife (1 год назад)
good job young lady.
Dirtpatcheaven (1 год назад)
Thank you so much!
Jeannie Carmona (1 год назад)
I'm so new at this tiny house and still learning a lot and wanted to know if anyone can tell me what "Off the Grid means?
Dirtpatcheaven (1 год назад)
This should spark some debate with other viewers as well: http://www.homesteaddreamer.com/2015/07/27/what-does-off-grid-really-mean/
Harry Clams (1 год назад)
Where did they find this fruity British talking Spaniard with the yuppie garb right in New Mexico ?
Macy (8 месяцев назад)
He's not speaking with a British accent at ALL. I think he's from S. Africa.
Curt Muhlenberg (11 месяцев назад)
i quite fancy him...... stop being such and old fuddy duddy and get with the program!!!
bipola telly (1 год назад)
Harry Clams everyone should talk like you do.... everyone!
UzeHerName (1 год назад)
Harry Clams, so let me get this straight... you watch a video of an amazing off-grid house, that this man was kind enough to give a tour of and your comment is to character assassinate this nice person?
Sarah S (1 год назад)
i just don't want to eat food grow in my waste. i probably eat worse out of factories, but still it would be an awkward dinner conversation.
Dirtpatcheaven (1 год назад)
LOL. It all breaks down over time. The secret is giving it time to cure.
Mark smith (1 год назад)
MONTANA OFF GRID LIVING, I have my VERY Secluded Totally off Grid and Self contained 18 + acres in Central Western Montana for sale it's in the Big Belt Mountains, Lots of Trees. 45 Mi S. of Great Falls & 50 Mi. N. of Helena. the area is very private with a yr round flowing spring, Lots of Timber. the Mountains are Very Solid Iron Rock that doesn't move at all. there is a lot of wildlife, Deer, Elk, Bear, Grouse, small fish in the creek running next to the property, The Missouri River is within 3 miles & the Dearborn river is 2 miles away or less. the Real Log Cabin is 20 x 20 with a 10 x 20 Loft. made with 6" - D - Logs, Solar power & 4000W Back up gas generator, 2- 1500 gal fresh water storage tanks outside, 1 - 100 gal inside. gas powered pump to transfer the water from the spring to the holding tanks. 1 bedroom, one Bathroom with shower and compost toilet, kitchen has sink propane stove, Propane Refrigerator, Propane on demand hot water, Heat source is Wood stove with 30,000 btu Propane wall heater. also a large outhouse, 8 x 12 summer guest cabin, heated 12 x 16 workshop, 8 x 8 storage shed 13 x 16 storage building with heat. Small garden spot close to the cabin, very good Cell phone service with Internet from the cabin, 8 miles to US highway 15 and 20 miles to Cascade, MT, Pop about 700, for groceries, fuel and ??? If anyone is interested reach me at marknboo@gmail.com
Mike Hagarty (1 год назад)
What a lovely home! A load of great ideas, for homes, all around, the Earth! Thanks, for sharing! Smile, & enjoy life!
isolde1224 (1 год назад)
If I understand him correctly you shower, wash your dishes, hands, and laundry in GRAY water?! The waste water from the bathroom and kitchen sinks, showers and washing machine? It may be filtered but if the waste water is not treated and disinfected to potable drinking water standards you may as well be bathing in sewage. Otherwise why is there a separate potable drinking water tap at the kitchen and bathroom sinks. If the water is not safe to drink I certainly don't want to bathe my children or wash my dishes in it.
Ron Gray (5 месяцев назад)
Another topic on water not discussed in these designs is a solar distillation process...it can be used to treat black water as well...fascinating stuff!
Ron Gray (5 месяцев назад)
Incorrect...the water that you bathe in, wash dishes and utilize use for cleaning is primary water from the cistern system and it is filtered. The toilets do use gray water from the botanical planting systems and it is also filtered before use. The power of a botanical planter is amazingly simple and effective. The black water from the toilets exits the building into and septic tank and is able to be filtered through exterior planter systems...full use of the water that falls at approximately 4 to 7 inches of rain per year. An ordinary home expels tens of thousands of gallons of water that is flocculated at treatment plants and then used a treated water throughout major metropolitan regions or is dumped into streams, rivers, bays and oceans...none of that going on here!
isolde1224 (1 год назад)
Cayanna P I figured out the misunderstanding several months ago. If you go back and read all the replies to my comment you'll see it was resolved. At 10:54 I thought he said gray water when he actually said rain water. Thanks for the response though. :-)
Cayanna P (1 год назад)
isolde1224 Water from bathroom is not gray water it's black water. He said gray water flushes toilet and is then routed outside to septic and some plants.
UzeHerName (1 год назад)
Yeah these Earthships harvest rainwater and your initial usage is filtered rainwater that then gets filtered and used again as grey water and then black water. It's pretty interesting and probably something that should be done in all households.
Hantz Tremblay (1 год назад)
Once again I'm going to give my favorite tip against wind sounds! Just put a bandaid on your microphone, it does wonder and keep the sound 98% as good as if not using the bandaid.
Chris Fuller (1 год назад)
i suppose you can make an earth ship without earth if using an insulated shipping container facing south...one of those big 40ft open sided containers would be a good starting point.. ..
Anita Archibald (10 месяцев назад)
Noooo, that would make it a container home facing south with some insulation. You would still have to have a way to keep it cool and to heat it in winter since you just totally eliminated all of that part.
Graeme Astin (1 год назад)
how much would this earthship cost to build.
Barnes466 (1 год назад)
at 4:32 he actually means kitchen water, not drinking water. Good job, he did very well doing the tour. Cheers!
Erik Swanson (1 год назад)
so i assume if you wanted to grow food outside your home there you would need to bring in a whole bunch of organic matter to make decent soil out of that sandy ground? Also pertaining to the water freezing in the winter, what is stopping the water flow from freezing where the roof water goes through the rock filter on the top?
Mark Lopiccola (1 год назад)
I love these Earthships. The initial cost is high, but operating costs are so low. ...one day...
Gene Coppola (1 год назад)
Beautiful, but remember this will still require a change in lifestyle , most of us in the USA are programmed to waste resources, this style of living will not support that excess..
Jacmeover Milne (1 год назад)
what if there's a drought?
Barnes466 (1 год назад)
you can use the greenhouse windows for a condensation machine, it would take some figuring out for sure, but totally doable
Mona Rawles (1 год назад)
LOVE THIS!!! So thoroughly impressive!
buffaloroams2 (1 год назад)
This is my dream home, the cross over between old school wisdom and the utilization of modern technology. Just think how energy independent we would all be if every home were built like this! What as the cost for this home? I don't recall if that was ever broached.
georgewu5 (1 год назад)
The Earthship people shows that the founder was very short sighted. Taking the cave living in northern China to have an engineer to maintain this house is not the answer of the high rise building in China in recent years. Does it tell you the Chinese had learned a hard lesson to build new housing for it's 1.3 billion people ? You must be stupid to have this kind of mentality to build for 1.3 billion people for China and 300 million for the U.S. ! George Wu, AIA, ARCHITECT, NCARB 2017-9-4
georgewu5 (1 год назад)
The density of this kind of housing made Los Angeles an urban Sprawl , New York highrise living is for 1.3 Billion Chinese to build their future homes --- mostly high rise ! It also tells us that Frank Lloyd Wright was wrong to have suggested a garden should be around everyone's house ! and Le Corbusier was right ! millions of these kind of spreading community would make the lobbyists of Auto and Petro industries very happy ! George Wu, AIA, ARCHITECT, NCARB 2017-9-4
grow2b (1 год назад)
I saw the video when the house was built--what happened to the original owner? Now that it's a rental.
Miz Tish (1 год назад)
*Where* is this home located.... reason, for rainfall ??
LGTV Stick (1 год назад)
In Taos, New México!
DIAMOND LIL (1 год назад)
Those fish are probably going nuts having to listen to dribbling water all their life long. Why am I worried about the fish? I don't know. Maybe it doesn't bother them but hmmm.. I think they'd be happier without that noise 24/7. NICE HOUSE.
UzeHerName (1 год назад)
Fish enjoy any water movement, it's a good thing in the fish world it means oxygen to them. Stagnant water that doesn't move at all (not even from wind) is bad and will lead to suffocation. Unless you're a Betta fish that do not need moving water because they breathe gulps of air, one of the only fish that can live in true stagnant water, even puddles.
Patti Zayas (1 год назад)
Skyval (1 год назад)
The inventor is Michael Reynolds of Taos , N.M. He is truly a genius architect who thought these up so that regular people could have affordable , safe , sustainable housing they could build themselves . He went through so much trauma just getting the local gov't. to allow them and should really get the Nobel prize for the huge thing he's done . These can be fancy and expensive or like many more of them , built by hand with friends and family can be very affordable since they're made of discarded tires and dirt ! Hard labor , lifetime safety and comfort . They're all over the mesa in Taos , every different type from tiny to huge . Just google Earthships in Taos , New Mexico and see so much neat stuff .
Margie Doe (1 год назад)
This is awesome.
Jay Last (1 год назад)
Thankyou, this is the most comprehensive info I've seen on earthships. They got it goin on!. Lot's to learn from for doing any earthberm solar passive build!
Dirtpatcheaven (1 год назад)
Isn't it?!
klaus appel (1 год назад)
this makes too much sense.....it must be destroyed
Who is the developer of this earthship and where was this located? The link provided is not working for me. Thank you, Great Information.
Skyval (1 год назад)
Michael Reynolds of Taos, N.M. developed the earthships - google him and you'll see lots of wonderful stuff .
Seth Bergman (1 год назад)
this guy is such a chode
Alexus TM (2 года назад)
Beautiful and healthy!

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