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Pirate ship bedroom by Steve Kuhl

Pirate Ship Bedroom By Steve Kuhl

But that's not all. The room is also decked out with a rope bridge that connects the pirate ship to the top of a jail cell, and a rope suspended from the ship's hull provides drop-in access to the closet. There's also a completely hidden spiral slide, that lets you travel downstairs in a more adventurous way.
Steve Kuhl says: "I have been building since leaving my diapers, and yes, that was many years ago. Check out the little article on one of my first projects. I learned my passion for the act of creation from two men: my step father, Cody Edwards, and my grand father, George Grooms. Both showed me, through completely different avenues, the importance of curiosity and passion for ones' calling. I began wrecking things at the age of three. By the time I was five I started to figure out how to some of it went back together. I have continued the process of demolition, examination and rebuilding since that time. This is how I process my business, my mind and my spirit. I am always looking for new means of creation and I love what I do.
I started my first business at Glen Lake Elementary School, in Minnetonka, at the age of 11. I was a candy pusher, although I preferred the title 'confection facilitator'. The school forced me out of business within a couple of months because I was disrupting the student body, or at least the metabolism of the student body. To this day the school still disallows students from selling candy in school. I am sort of proud of that.

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Album name:Architecture & Design
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Keywords:#pirate #ship #bedroom #steve #kuhl
Filesize:40 KiB
Date added:Mar 03, 2011
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