Monday, November 9, 2009

The Final Design

Spent most of the day drawing out the rest of the roof design and planning my steel purchase. Still some minor details to flush out but I think I cyphered it all out as far as the materials purchase goes. Here is pretty much what the inside of the greenhouse courtyard will look like when it's finished. 63,89,47,0

17 comments:

pwp said...

LOL

J said...

Why so small? You've got all that land out there...;-)

frann said...

You have a little more work ahead of you..and you will need a stove pipe hat!

Bob O said...

Looks a lot like Victoria Station--will you be running in rail lines?

czardastx said...

What the hell? I don't see a Hooters in that picture. You need to do some more cyphering and add in a Hooters.

Bob O said...

Oh, just to let you know, I ran a bunch of your youtube videos in Second Life last week during the weekly "Space Sunday" get together for the Space Society in Second Life. You were a big hit, and several people thought your attitude and techniques were perfect for doing research on settling on Mars. Harsh environment, not a lot of back-up, limited power sources, etc.

If you are interested in knowing more, let me know. If you're interested in Second Life, check out www.secondlife.com . There's a lot of crap there, but also a lot of serious people modeling things for the future in an online virtual reality.

Just a new way to approach problem solving on the net, or a new horizon to explore.

OGT said...

Can I be the bouncer when your done?

Ted said...

Not a shred of evidence exists in favor of the idea that life is serious.
--Brendan Gill

Nat said...

The Crystal Palace of Terlingua!

:-)

fallerya said...

Where's the food going to grow?

ezrablu said...

FANTASTIC...I love it! Water is precious out there but a small fountain would really sound nice in there. Square foot garden beds and hanging planters would utilize the space the best leaving plenty of room for that small fountain :o)

linda said...

Benita should love it!

DIYer said...

Aha! You're building the Infomart!

Buster T. Bexar said...

After long and careful thought, I have concluded that rather than pick the "perfect spot" for your live camera, you should obtain several cameras and show all view of your ponderosa simultaneously. You might have to take up a collection for the cameras. ;-)

Dizzy-Dick said...

My engineering software doesn't do people. Wow, looks big enough for Benita and her friends.

Keep up the good work, we are watching. . .

Picinisco said...

Where will you get people dressed like that in South Texas.

Allen Hare said...

After seeing it in person, I figured it'd look something like that when finished.