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Posted By:Skip

Old Comments:

2009-09-08 14:33:48
Sure dear :) I´ll provide the English tea, you bring the biscuits ;) :P
2009-09-08 14:09:50
I think it was a mixture of cost efficency, and warmth. they have been building them for ages, hawaiians, english, even native indians had thratched roofs. but they started adding boards beneath the straw to make them hold up better, I guess they did keep the animals warm, even the mice :) anyway, if you get a cottage before I do, can I come over for tea please?
2009-09-08 13:06:56
Thanks for the info Skip :) Any reason why they´re made of that, for warmth maybe? Lol, if I had a cottage like that and an English garden, I wouldn´t like to work anywhere else but around the house for the rest of my life :P
2009-09-08 13:00:02
They are made from dried grass and straw, they call them thatched roofs. wouldn't it be great living there..I'd like to have an english garden too!
2009-09-08 12:45:12
What are these roofs made of? Oh gosh, I´d die to live in a cottage like that...