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I love the people (and their stories) in this pic.
 
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I love these and Kristie's pix. Have you ever seen Alaska The Last Frontier? It's like what you guys are doing, homesteading but with a permie focus. You guys should video your escapades as you build everything! Share it with the world!!!
 
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Here are some pics from just after Thanksgiving of a thick hoar frost. This is not snow. (We have a nice blanket of that now, but I have a backlog of things to post.)

There were pockets of this thick, bushy frost, and then areas with normal (flat) frost.

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hoar frost from fungal respiration?
hoar frost from fungal respiration?
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hoar frost view on the lab
hoar frost view on the lab
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hoar frost
hoar frost
 
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Beautiful pics! I found the one that might be caused by fungal respiration really intriguing.

The others I thoroughly reveled in as I sit here, still slightly damp from being in the outdoor shower, where I enjoyed a tangelo while bathing. I got all of the beauty of the scene without actually freezing off any body parts I might want later on - WIN WIN!
 
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I have looked around and these guys seem to be leading the way on this topic. Just thought to share.

http://skyhighvideography.com/portfolio.html
 
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More pictures, please! I'd really like to see the stainless steel barrel in the living room at base camp. I know that stove isn't functional yet, but still. . . .
 
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I hope to post pictures for each of our Sunday walk podcasts.

See paul wheaton' podcasts forum for the threads for each podcast.

Here are two shots from podcast 273





Hopefully the quality will improve....
 
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Here's a shot of the tipi a week ago:



More winter on the lab Sunday walk pics at the podcast 274 thread.
 
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Pictures are great. I have come to think of pigs with terms of endearment. The look cute. Sort of look like dogs with all that fur. You and Jocelyn look so happy!!!
 
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Reviving an old pictures thread to show Paul expanding a parking lot at base camp.

It looks kinda like he's moving tiny gappers with the track hoe!
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Paul with the track hoe
Paul with the track hoe
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