I'm interested in building a small cabin (12' x 12' is plenty big) for a hunting cabin on some property we own. Something our grandkids could point to and say - 'Yep, grandpa was the architect and builder of this place.' and say it with pride. I've looked at many alternative architecture plans (the sandbag palace looked most promising with our environment). Rubble filled wall construction is where you place two board side by side, which will determine the thickness of your wall. You tie these boards together with wire, fill the cavity with stones, then fill the space with concrete. You install another board on top of this, lining up the boards with the bottom board, and wait for the bottom course to dry. When it does, repeat the steps. Has anybody ever tried making a building with this method? Do you recommend it? Or does it require too much stone to do this right. I've seen some outstanding projects made, one made with riverstone in California in particular, wow. Fantastic. I've got plenty of good detailing this - what did the books forget to add. Thanks in advance for any help / advice given.