House by Taliesin Apprentice Mike Verges in Houston

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House by Taliesin Apprentice Mike Verges in Houston

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Paul Ringstrom
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Mike Verges was never an official apprentice (according to my lists), but obviously spent a lot of time at TW.

SDR
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Drought damage is a current issue in many places in the US:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/3 ... 46712.html

Maybe building on stilts isn't such a bad idea after all . . . ?

SDR

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