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...but it seems to be a bit more round than octagonal.
I don't think I've ever been in an octagon house.Hmm. I'd always thought it was duodecahedron. Now it looks like that's the very old spelling--found in a 1913 Websters.
Amanda... "I think I'd like a cob house; no,no ferro cement; ummmmm, hay balees. Well as long as it has two doors and lots of book shelves".