Unique Kamloops housing project

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They say birds of a feather flock together.

A group of middle aged Kamloops adults is building a house together.

They met at yoga, they eat healthy, they don't like waste and they crave the companionship and security of a family setting.

They call themselves the Rare Birds.

Daybreak's Shelley Joyce caught up with the Rare Birds to find out how their housing project is coming along.

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