Yea, but since you've got your house on the back, you save on mortage, property taxes, utilities, garbage.... seriously, though, that's quite a rig! $2.29 in Fremont, Ca a few minutes ago. Anytime I fill my Durango up for less than $50 I feel lucky.
Thanks Bill, that was quite interesting. I like his approach to design hands-on rather than with a computer or CNC. I agree there is a softer, better flow that way. Used to live just around the corner from his shop. I've been a fan of his work for a long time.