Thursday, May 26, 2011

One Fake Rail car, One Yurt, a 70 Foot Tower, No Permits In Action

My dream place:

"Fahey says he tried to do things by the book when he first started building Phonehenge in 1984, but the inspectors wanted tons of changes, lost his plans, and eventually stopped showing up. They reappeared in 2006. The Times likens Fahey to another builder who worked for decades on his pet project without ever getting permits: Simon Rodia, building his Watts Towers in the twenties, thirties, forties, and fifties."

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