I wanted to share with you the structure that I was able to build for myself to live in this winter in the tent in the mountains in Washington State. I think that this could be an easy way to get people sheltered provided they have a safe space to set up.
I chose these materials because I was doing it myself and the cost. Also because if you saw any of my beautiful gardens in the past, you know that I have already built structures with these materials that have held up for years and years.
My tent dome made it through the "worst winter ever" in this area of the mountains in the pacific northwest. Holding up with even over a foot of snow and ice. The inside remained dry and intact.
All of my back up methods for structure fail ended up working after I left my tent for a month to have another 3 feet dump. While there was one weakness, the backup measures all worked and prevented disaster!
I would call this a success! :)
I walk you through my structure build here...
To see the entire playlist of the process I made a playlist here:
The inside kept evolving past this video so here are a couple photos of the inside of my magical alien disco ball spaceship cave in the forest! :)
Stay tuned for what I'm working on next as I work my way out of homelessness! :)
Blessings and Love,
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Just a homeless chick in Washington with the ability to form words sometimes.