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Hi from the UK

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Location: Wiltshire UK
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I recently read an article about rocket stoves which lead to me going onto youtube to have a better idea of what the article was talking about which in turn led to me finding Paul's video's and that led to days of youtube watching with the kids and now I'm here!

I live in a semi on the outskirts of the latest royal town in the UK we have an 8.5mts by 45mtr garden at the back and a 5 by 15 at the front. Part of the back garden has a wannabe lawn with herbs in the beds around the sides of the pond and pots with salads chards etc with enough space for the 3 boys to run around without destroying all the rest of both back and front are used for food growing. I have some chickens for eggs and am keen to get a TBH up and ready for next spring.

I've been interested in PC for a long time but only recently been able to actively delve into it I look forward to joining in

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