Incremental Sprawl Repair

It took negative temperatures in Fayetteville to jar me out of the blogging coma that I've been in since Christmas, but six inches of snow later I'm back at it.

Local architect, Robert Sharp (a.k.a. the Professor -- at least in my mind...), has started a new blog called Incremental Sprawl Repair (ISR). As expected from Rob, the conversation is thoroughly contemplated, always presented with the aesthetic in mind, and pushes for a higher level of living.

Check it out.

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