If the ClutterBuster people couls see our house now, they'd probably call in a demolition team.
We've got firewood in the spare bedroom, a minisolar panel and a compost bin on the balcony, shredded paper bricks drying on the driveway, a bunch of wet phonebooks in the garage, salvaged carpeting piled on the stairs, a bunch of masonite trianges in the hall and an 8 foot high pyramid in the living room.
We scavanged the firewood this morning from a bunch of dead trees that had been cut down on the side of the road. Just doing our part to keep Highlands Ranch tidy. And get some firewood.
The paper bricks will become papercrete to build the pyramid and domes.
I haven't cut the windows yet.
We're doing all this prepwork for our upcoming long weekend in Wyoming. We'll be getting dirty and tired from constructing a "landbridge" onto the property, digging our firepit, building a pyramid and starting to construct the berm, camping and cow-dodging. And chillin' by the fire in the evenings after a long day of hard work. Doesn't get much better than that.