Author Archives: George Crawford

About George Crawford

archaeologist, archer, primitive technologist, and wannabee fiddler...mostly

Take a Walk

“It is the best of humanity, I think, that goes out to walk. In happy hours all affairs may be wisely postponed for this. Dr. Johnson said, ‘Few men know how to take a walk,’ and it is pretty certain … Continue reading

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More of The Beautiful Japanese Vardo

This is a follow-up to the previous post. I say Vardo because that’s really what it is.  You can sense that the presenter of this show isn’t too familiar with true rolling homes, caravans, vardos, or whatever you want to … Continue reading

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Tiny House Japan; who knew?

The original link was sent to me by Chris Beneke.  Thanks Chris. TINY HOUSE JAPAN: Some serious innovation at work. I do not read or speak Japanese so I’m at a loss over many details but the photos and videos … Continue reading

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Ana White and Some Truly Brilliant Ideas

Someone recently shared this house with me and I’ve seen her (Ana White’s) work popping up all over the Internet lately.  Ana White uses readily available materials to create some genius storage and living solutions for small homes.  These could … Continue reading

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Butaco Plegable (Folding Stool)

Thanks to Ronel Silva for passing this on.  It’s a good video showing the construction of a Pea Picker style of folding stool.  I posted a page about their design I use several years ago.  The video is in Spanish, … Continue reading

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