Half how to and half memoir the author tells in her own pithy down to earth style of her experiences building a cob house and a straw bale house pictures give the reader an inside view of the philosophy and practicality behind natural building an ages old practice that is becoming ever more . The tao of cob is a how to book on earthen house building written as a memoir in dorethys pithy homespun philosophical voice a retired librarian the author has studied a wide range of subjects which are evident in her descriptions of her building project. The tao of cob how a kansas grandmother built her own natural home in the woods dorethy hancock smashwords edition des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en 1 jour ou en magasin avec 5 de reduction . This is the biography page for dorethy hancock dorethy hancock retired early as a reference librarian in topeka kansas in order to do something different specifically to help raise consciousness about living in a healthy earth friendly environment and leaving a light footprint she built an earthen home during the summers of 2003 and 2004 treading in the mud and literally hand . This off grid tiny house sits deep in the carolina woods and was built for about 1000 impressive it was built from recycled and reclaimed wood complete with solar power a natural water source and a wood stove you cant get much simpler than this and still have the comforts of home what a wonderful
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