This is a very quick case study on energy. Late this afternoon, around 4pm I went out to water the live stock. The way we currently water the sheep is that we pulled a hose out the basement door and connected it to another longer hose. Then watered the animals, disconnected the house and closed the basement door. Yet this afternoon I had a meeting, a number of phone calls, discussions with contractors and parent/teacher...
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All summer I have been away from my office/computer and this blog. We spent the summer busy on a building project; we learned a lot, saw the amazing power of community and in general had a great summer. This I will talk about in the following months and will share what we have learned and our adventure.   We worked hard but also had many heated discussions in the “pit” under the hot summer sun. A...
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Understanding the lay of the land is key to find the prefect place to build....
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Preparation for Big Build Out Here - Finding Rebar

Here is to hoping for apples in the fall.  It would be a frist.

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