Re: Boat- like design
From: Ingram Paperny (shakermillinntaconic.net)
Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2013 08:41:24 -0700 (PDT)
My dear Grace, We met a few times including brief encounter in Cambridge co
housing. I meant ,re convoy co housing, relocating the boats on land, either
on a cradle or buried and utilizing the common house for community needs. I
will post further info as it develops. Ingram

-----Original Message-----
From: Grace Kim [mailto:grace [at] schemataworkshop.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, October 22, 2013 10:26 AM
To: cohousing-l [at] cohousing.org
Subject: [C-L]_ Boat- like design


I was referring to efficient layout/storage of boat interiors.

Lots of people is seattle live on boats and house boats.
It's a romantic lifestyle ...but not sure it's practical for typical person.
I'd suggest living on a boat for a month before committing to refurbishing
one. It's a lot of work (unless you take it out of the water) and the motion
takes some getting used to.
If you're already to sailing long distances, maybe not a big deal.

grace h. kim
schemata workshop 
(sent via mobile messaging)

>> 
>> Grace, In your dishwashing posting, you mentioned "  boat like" what
about
>> "boats"? I am looking into abandoned un sea worthy but livable fibere
glass
>> cruisers 34'x 12'Either on a cradle or partially buried. I believe some
>> might be available for the cost of transport, from the gulf coast to up
>> state NY about $6000 dollars. Fully equipped (probably w/o dishwasher)
>> circling around a mother ship (AKA common house) Ingram Paperny Shaker
Mill
>> Inn
>> 
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  • Boat- like design Grace Kim, October 22 2013
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