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4:10 MAEN Hard to say you don't live in a dirty house when it's made of dirt...
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Hard was not so Hard!
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3:17 Maen
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Too true Dan!

This was a little hard for me, had to use possibilities.
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10:29 mAen
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hard was easier than medium
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Could one find earthworms in the walls? How does it hold up in the rain? I can imagine doing a patch job is a lot cheaper than a conventional house.
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Goofed up a few times--had to cheat. No attention span today, so I'll skip the tough one. Have a great day/night, everyone!
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What room is that? Could it be the SOD-den??
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That must be something to see. Good education for the children.
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It must have been horrible to live in one of these, but better than the elements, I suppose!
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maen all! soddies were actually very strong and cheap to build where wood, brick and mortar was scarce and expensive to ship. there are thousands still around the plains states from the homesteader days. most people still use them as sheds and they make great root cellars as well. when i first lived in south dakota we used to camp in one on weekends on the white river outside murdo,s.d.
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Soddies were often built up against a hillside for wind protection. That worked great until the old milk cow wandered onto the roof to graze.
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Would you have to tell the kids to wipe their feet when they come inside?
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7:57 The old house but I suppose people vere happy that time to have a house!
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I wanna live beneath the dirt.
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great cubby house or a real house?
enjoy your day/night everyone
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Actually sod houses were quite opulent. Usually adorned with the finest of haut couture of the day. Chandeliers were common. The rough exterior kept tax appraisers at bay. There was often an entertainment room with television, pool table, ping pong, etc. on a lower level.
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wow!!! the shown ranch is just a few miles (as the crow flies) from where I live in Eastern Utah...
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11:30 I hadn't heard of sod houses before but they sound like a cool place to be in hot weather.
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I learned about soddies from the Laura Ingalls Wilder series. A must read to learn how things were done, they are true stories. It's a great series for children. However, I never dreamt they could be nice. I'd like to see a picture from the outside.
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5:19 I liked that series, too, Virginia.
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Not bad. like the stle of housing. Looks cool
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All you could see from the outside was the door into the hill; the Jarvis family built this sod house to live in through their first year while they built their cabin for a permanent residence. It definitely was better than being out in the snow and was quite comfortable temperature-wise in the More...
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12:01 with the possibilities option - but I didn't feel like I lost much time
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