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Touring unique homes in North American and meeting the people who created them.
February 28, 2003
Included: the Leaning Tower of Lethbridge in southern Alberta, Canada.
February 27, 2003
Included: a bottle village; a castle in Florida.
February 26, 2003
A Nova Scotia man covers his yard with carvings; a Georgia man fills his yard with sculptures. Also: a Victorian house.
February 25, 2003
Included: a home covered in decorative ceramic tiles; an artist who paints the trees in his yard; kinetic metal sculptures.
February 24, 2003
A trip to haunted homes includes locations in New Orleans, New York and Nova Scotia.
December 5, 2002
Unusual homes include a converted Boeing 747; a home resembling a spaceship; and a house with a dragon motif.
Homes that blend into their surroundings are examined.
August 26, 2002
Included: collecting junk and garbage and turning it into art. Also: a house made out of leftovers.
August 21, 2002
Included: homes in Connecticut and San Jose. Also: Gulf Island.
August 15, 2002
Included: a collection of antique dollhouses.
July 15, 2001
A look at unconventional lifestyles includes a man who hasn't paid a ultility bill in 15 years and a couple who live in a trailer park.
April 29, 2001
Included: an apartment building that's a playhouse for stuntmen; and a tree house that's part boat, part airplane.
Examining a community constructed under the desert in New Mexico. Included: a home in a former missile silo.
Lawn decorations using rocks and boulders.
Included: a house constructed with whale vertebra; and the architectural aspects of toothpicks.
April 26, 2001
Segments include a Connecticut woman whose home is a nut museum; two Californians obsessed with fruit; and Dr. Suess fans who turned their home into a shrine of Suess.
April 24, 2001
Homes with animal themes are featured.
April 22, 2001
Included: a garden that features a glowing temple made up of everything from dolls to old bicycles. Also: a house surrounded by scrap-metal structures.
Included: a home studio; a telephone-company building reborn as a live-in art gallery; and a dwelling where the kitchen table and the bathtub are one and the same.
Included: a home dedicated to pigs; a giant playhouse basement filled with trains.
Included: a 300-ton “time machine”; a collection of 80-foot insects crafted from scrap metal; and a yard where folk art hangs from trees.
April 15, 2001
Homemade shrines include one dedicated to Elvis Presley; an ice-cream parlor converted into a temple. Also: an artist's house dedicated to toilet seats.
Exploring British Columbia. Included: a visit to a tiny retreat tucked in a cove; a historic fishing village built on stilts; and a unique island home of a professional beachcomber.
Segments include a field filled with giant figures in a tribute to notorious politicians; and a handcrafted museum that includes a three-ring circus, a Wild West town and about 90,000 soda-pop bottles.
Segments include a handcrafted round home in California; a witch's wonderland in Wisconsin; and a Greek-style palace in Toronto.
April 8, 2001
Examining yards that have been decorated in unusual fashions, including hundreds of soda bottles and miles of ribbon.
Castles in British Columbia and Colorado.
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