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Tue, 31 Mar 2009
My best regards to all You folks! I just came across your website searching instructables.com looking for green and recycling projects, when free boats appeared and a comment linked to your site. I live in Guatemala, but so far your lifestyle beats all I have seen or people I have known living alternative. Have a nice trip! Michael Krumme

Mon, 30 Mar 2009
Hi, I've been going over your site most of the morning and it's VERY interesting. I pick up and resell scrap metal for my living, small as it is and highly admire what you do. It's odd the amount of people who chase me away from trash piles and dumpsters thinking all I want to do is to make messes when I always clean up any mess I do make, but they fail to realize recycling is what keeps their own environment from becoming one giant trash heap. ;) If I had money I would contribute, but I already sent an email offering to contribute anything I might find that you might need. Being a classically trained dumpster diver I never know what gems I might run across from one minute to the next and my place looks much like a dumpster, but that's by design. ;) Maybe some day the right woman will re-enter my life and take a shine to decorating better than me, but till then I live with what I can run across. I've been on methadone now 6 years or i would be doing very similar things to what you now do. My former bad habits have become my own jailer and I am working towards freedom from it. I do work for myself though and don't plan on changing any time soon. I don't agree with everything written and some of the philosophy seems foreign to me, but that's OK too. We all have potential to change our way of thinking and mine might someday as well. Keep up your good works, stay healthy and remain good to others. Not many can match your ways for sheer genius, decency and thrift. ;) Always, Marty

Sat, 06 Oct 2007
I just finished reading Wilkinson's book, and I can't wait to see the movie. I got the urge to build a canoe about 6 years ago; my wife thought I was crazy. Below is a photo of me enjoying the final product on a lake in Michigan. Some day I'm going to build a sailboat. I really enjoyed the photos of the Absolute Absolution project. Keep on doing what you do. Peace, Matt Lear

canoe built by Matt Lear

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