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In a world of constant urban bustle, the stress, the huge amount around sometimes you want peace and solitude with nature. The choice in favor of peace was made by the American Dan price, building a house-the dugout in Oregon.
Dugout Price built with his own hands twenty years ago. Construction project cost him seventy-five dollars. There are all the creature comforts: heating, stove for cooking, a toilet and bath, garage for bike. There is even mobile communications and the Internet. However, to erase things you have in the river. But Dan is not particularly worried. He was accustomed to such a life. So the evening was not boring, Dan was attached to the house a whole library.
The land where the American has built his hobbit house he rents in the rent. It is by local standards a penny – only a hundred dollars a year. The annual income of a small price. Annually he earns a little more than five thousand dollars. Basically he is interrupted by infrequent jobs.
“Main” place of work the man is the cemetery, which is located nearby. Here he watches over the graves. A small amount it is enough to pay the bills for electricity and mobile communication. Still on food, but also, for example, garden tools are missing.
To break away from civilization, the man decided when I read a book by Harland Hubbard’s “Payne hollow”. The hero of the book leaves the bustling city and moved into the forest, to the bosom of nature. At that time the Price was a photojournalist and lived in a large house, which was in Kentucky. In it, he left to live with his wife and two children.
Now the man is happy. He has no idea how it is possible for life to live, paying the mortgage. He likes the surrounding nature, privacy and no neighbors. Besides working as a caretaker, Dan under the pseudonym Hebertist wrote a book called “My tiny house”.
All paper copies of books he has sold. For an electronic version of the book and also drawn comics, the Price started a website, moonlightchronicles.com where sells them for five dollars.
After his dugout became known, it often began to come, journalists and simple onlookers. By the way, Payne lives in his hobbit home all year round, but only from may to October.
In winter it is very cold. Therefore, in the rest of the year he was sent to the Hawaiian Islands. Here he is surfing, riding her bike.
Wife of Dan often joins him on these journeys. They are not separated. Just a woman did not share his passion to life in the hobbit hole.