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Reply April Dunn
9:44 AM on September 6, 2011 
I just saw the video of your home and I am impressed! Seems like all the news about kids these days is negative. I can't wait to show my six year-old daughter your pictures. I'm sure it will inspire her too. We'll be following your progress!
Reply Ron Jackson
4:04 PM on September 3, 2011 
Austin Hay totally restores my faith in the capabilities of humanity. He just may become the architect that "reinvents" the American House and changes the way we live! Best wishes in all your endeavors, Austin. This country and the world could use many more like you!
Reply Kirsten Dirksen
1:22 AM on August 15, 2011 
Hi Austin,

I just saw this message. I didn't realize this was linked up to an old email address.

I am actually still in town for another few days. Any chance you might be free in the next 3 days (this Monday-Wednesday)?

You can email me directly at kirstendirksen@faircompanies so I'll be sure to get your message this time.

Kirsten
Reply campbellguitar
9:26 AM on July 22, 2011 
Hello, Austin. Congrats on what youve accomplished so far. Dude Im impressed! Not only impressed but defeated! Why am I defeated, well at 15 my first project was a dog house, and Im pretty sure it wasnt sqaure, and probaly leaked! Well ok I know it did. lol

Keep it up, Eric
Reply Jeremy
9:36 PM on January 30, 2011 
Hey Austin. How's everything going. Between school, building and all else, I bet you're pretty busy. Hope the house building is going well. I made a small donation to your cause. It's not much, but I hope it helps. When I get done with mine, I think I might sell it so I can pay off my materials debt then build one for myself all paid for. I really believe, if the weather were good, that I could build one (quality) in three months. I have to admit that my muscles get pretty sore at times though. I'm kind of Obsessive compulsive that way. When I start something... I eat, drink, sleep and dream it until it's done LOL. :)
Reply Jeremy
12:56 AM on January 24, 2011 
Hey Austin :)

If people only knew how hard it is to build these things in the winter with minimal help and a lack of good weather... Well, I guess they would wait until summer. But look at the jump we have on completing it LOL! Hope everything is going and flowing good for you :)
Reply DeanTaylor
7:49 PM on November 28, 2010 
Looks great, Austin!

Since I am concerned about getting as much square footage as possible I'm deliberating on not using the recessed entryway. Admittedly, it looks nicer than having the front door without a recess (alcove?)--you lose only about ten square feet (no big deal).

Also, keeping the sleeping loft open to the living area--possibly with a small railing--to feel less...confined...

I realize that this would alter the plans to a degree, but I'll be living there...


I look forward to the remaining photo stream.

Best of luck with it--and school, too!

Dean

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