omg. this so perfect. wow wow wow.. this is heaven the view the cottage omg. i know i cant own this kind of property, i am so happy to see people happy living it. he has a very long life living such a heavenly place. wow wow wow. i am happy for him, from the buttom my heart...
I'd love to live somewhere like that, but I have to go to work each day... It's the same as going on holiday: a place can look idyllic, but if I lived there it wouldn't be so much fun as I'd have to get some job and use up 90% of my free time.
Hi salve esotericamente parlando il posto meraviglioso e' completo gli esoteristi mi possono capire posizionato nelle vicinanze di Vancouver Canada questo posto ha vulcani attivi oceano montagne e terra affacciato all'oceano la meravigliosa casina affacciata alle grande forze della natura per chi puo' (non tutti possono permettersela ) e per chi ha conoscenza un tripudio armonico di bellezza e magia in una Delle zone più calde (considerando il clima canadese) del Canada una meraviglia 🌹💖👍 ce' tutto
😀😀😀🦉👏beautiful home 💖🌞🌜 che meraviglia !!! Il posto e' esoterico la casetta bellissima che si affaccia all'oceano con montagne ideale per chi può j love this home and Magical place jes wonderful ☀️🌜🦉🌲💧🌀🔥👍👏💖😘😍🔮
I like tiny homes but often times I find if they went for just a bit more square footage you could make the living arrangement a tad more comfortable.
Just for example, it'll be annoying to whoever has to sleep against the wall in that bed because they'll have to crawl over their partner to get to the bathroom in the middle of the night. +4' of width would make the world of difference and you would still have a tiny home.
This house is indeed like a fairytale or cartoon or story book type building. And what about the access road reaching that house? Do you get that made yourself or pay the local authorities to get it made for you?
Where is this located that he could get away with building this? I live on Vancouver Island and the local code officials would freak out if we tried to build anything this creative and unusual. If it's different, the officials make your life hell.
the host is annoying. seems so non genuine. the inside of the house is pointless. go through all that trouble to give it a vibe, then make the inside look like a mobile home. and how can you have no oven? ok i must say something nice now to balance things out: amazing location, amazing exterior.
Bryce you look like a giant in that kitchen. However, you never fail to amaze me with your episodes! You do such a wonderful job putting these shows together! Thanks for having such an awesome channel!
Everyone's a Critic so here goes l...That's way too much Roof for that size of house! l really want to add some Greenery around the the House too. Window Boxes, Containers, even paint the house Green...it needs Green!!! But still Adorable! :)
It's really quite ugly and mundane on the inside, and I was expecting the interior design to be more whimsical and exciting. That kitchen is the most boring and ordinary kitchen I have ever seen and the colour palette is the same in every room. I'm so disappointed by the unimaginative decor.
What an amazing house... in an amazing spot... I love the woods and the beautiful lake! The only thing I would add is a stained glass window somewhere...but not blocking that picturesque view! Nice job!
I actually want to live there... Hahaha I know that the house was more expensive than most featured on this channel, but I was surprised it wasn't more expensive for how custom it is! Beautiful house 👍
I've seen a TON of Youtube vids on cool homes, many of them tiny homes.... But this is by far, my favorite :) And the location is also second to none ! That said, I'd need a real gas stove and oven. Might use different finishes and treatments here and there.... and it would HAVE to have a nice, big matching covered boat dock, with a nice, big boat ;) But as I said, its my favorite yet :) Amazing !
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States with a high percentage of farmers had substantially lower mobilization rates, and this explains a considerable share of the state variation in mobilization rates.
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