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January 17, 2007

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Hey

Ever since I first saw the link in your letter a while ago, have been thionking about this.

I think there needs to be a debate where Permaculture is really considered and discussed. For a start, it's much cheaper than buying a house, so young first time buyers may be interested.

Does anyone know if any councils are taking this idea seriously?

innocent smoothie in a hobbit hole...
= ]

awsome..... X

Do you need planning permission or can I build one in the garden for the teenagers.

I'd LOVE to live in a hobbit hole!!! That would be sooooo coool!!....
Part from the fact I am small enough to live in one.
The benifits of being tiny... Brilliant. :D
-xXXX@XXXx-

I would love to live in a Hobbit hole too! Can you burrow underground or not? If you could that would be SO cool...

You'd have to put pretty and colourful pictures on the wall though... as there would be no windows...

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