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flyguy



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Believe it or not, the name of this island (located in Paugus Bay) is 'Little Island'. Guess it needs a big house!
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trfour

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Registered: November 2002
Location: The Lakes, Central NH. and Dallas/Fort Worth TX.
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Wed May 4, 2005 11:17pm

At least they can't take a mile! " Great Shot Sky King " !

I have some photos of this Island, before the Big "D", as in "developement" !





... wonder if they have water in the basement...?

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flyguy

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Thu June 9, 2005 9:47pm

Water IS the basement!

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trfour

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Fri July 8, 2005 3:57am

What a Wise Guy!.... ...

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kunamola
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Fri July 15, 2005 4:45pm

What happens to the sewage generated by this house?
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flyguy

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Fri July 15, 2005 4:54pm

It's not houses that generate it! Seriously, I believe it goes into a sealed, self-composting unit approved in the building permits.

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Sat July 23, 2005 6:09pm

Ok, badly worded. I should have asked "what happens to the sewage generated by this household"?. But, thanks for the answer-any idea how much that type of system costs, how many of them are in use in the lakes region, are they restricted just to islands and how well do they work? We once had a toilet that "burned" the waste products to a dust that you could then dump from a collection container. The temperature required was so hot that we were afraid it would burn down our old fashioned wooden camp building. We would like to responsibly be able to dispose of the waste products from our house without that fear of fire; self composting is probably a good alternative if it is affordable. Sounds like a good project to research with google on a cool evening.
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