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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Akhu's Bootcamp Journey  RSS feed

 
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-Day 8-

• Continue work on shop/auditorium balcony rail supports and stair posts.
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A decent amount of snow fell last night
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Working on stair posts
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Once snow melts work on berm shed can continue
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Fred using drill auger
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Bolting posts to stairs
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Hart arbeiten. Essen Sie gut. (Work hard. Eat well.)
 
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-Day 9-

• Continue work on shop/auditorium stair rail and posts
• TACO TUESDAY! Jocelyn's cooking is amazing!
• New boot Robbie arrived.
• After dinner discussion with Paul about past PDCs
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Winter in Montana
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This Boot got new snow boots
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Band saw cuts
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Spider buddy
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Attached stair posts, project nearing completion!
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Shop/auditorium with ample supply of firewood
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Working on stairway handrail
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¡Muy sabroso!
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Tea time wisdom
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Dessert made by Jocelyn with cherries grown by Fred. Delicious!
 
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Cherries!!! YAY! Spiders¡¡¡ YUK!
 
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-Day 10-

• Finished balcony rail supports
Seed balling peas
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Love in its essence is spiritual fire. —Lucius Annaeus Seneca
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Winter blue dawn
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Snowfall behind shop/auditorium
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Smashing clay for seed balls
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Fukuoaka style seed balls
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Made some polydough using Jocelyn's recipe!
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Freshly made guacamole and black bean jalapeno purée with tortilla chips for dinner
 
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Neat seed balls! Enjoying your posts!
 
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-Day 11-

THANK YOU Steve!
• Begin work on shop mezzanine
• After dinner disscusion with The Duke about PEP badge system,
bootcamp/gapper program, and all things permaculture.

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Another beautiful day in Montana. 20 degrees seems warm now after wintering a 0 degree day.
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(from left to right) Beautiful shot of berm shed (under construction), shop/auditorium, willow bank, showers, & red cabin
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Removal of old wood boards and insulation.
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Beginning phase, installation of new shop mezzanine.
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Black walnuts, brain food
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Jocelyn made paleo-merengues. SO GOOD!
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Zuhause ist dort, wo das herz ist. (Home is where the heart is.)
 
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Jocelyn made paleo-merengues. SO GOOD!P

Oh my goodness, those look delicious! I've tried like 5 times--failing each time--to make paleo meranges. I'd love Jocelyn's recipe!
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote:Oh my goodness, those look delicious! I've tried like 5 times--failing each time--to make paleo meranges. I'd love Jocelyn's recipe!


It's here in the surplus eggs thread! The initial recipe picture there is not mine. I usually don't flavor mine (except for maple syrup) and I just spoon them onto the cookie sheet instead of using anything like a pastry bag or tube. I just put another tip or two here with photos of ones I've made in the past in that recipe thread.

This thread is for celebrating Akhu and all the awesome work and learning experiences the boots are racking up. Gut gemacht, meiner guter Herr!
 
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-Day 12-

• Continue work on mezzanine in shop/auditorium
• Two new boots and a doggo arrived tonight! Dave, Alexis & Hazel
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Large amount of snow fall last night
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gato Gert's heated mini cabin
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Bootception
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Fred's solar dehydrator
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Ich liebe den winter. (I love the winter.)
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Shop mezzanine work
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Close up lichen usnia
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gato Cloud keeping watch in the Red Cabin
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Lumber for mezzanine floor
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Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking. ―Marcus Aurelius
 
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Thanks so much for the picture of Gert's cabin.  I heard about it on the podcast but it's nice to see it.  I really like the stepping rounds of wood.

It's great to see people gathering and getting things done.  Hurray for boots!   Hurray for Fred!
 
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