Dale Hodgins wrote:There's a big spot where plastics accumulate in huge globs. I'll bet nets make up some of that mess.
Jacques Lanteigne wrote:Dale,
what if the nets where use in double layer attached on drift wood structures and your beach combing would be stuffed in between the two layers of net?
I am thinking of using the system to build a small shed or something and use the left over of the loose straw from my straw bale house. stuffed in between the two layers. it could even be plastered afterward
Abe Connally wrote:Yeah, we filled by hand. 30ft wall filled in a day. You could fill it with just about anything.
The wire is a good idea, but would add cost. That's why we spaced the posts at 2ft, to avoid needing wire. The billboard tarp is very strong.[/quote
That's some fast building. How many shovelers ?
How thick ?
How high ? (all I really want out of life is for everyone to ask me that. )
A special mix or the dirt below your feet ?
How many man hours would you guess went into the wall when you include materials acquisition, wood work, installing tarps and filling ?
Is earthquake an issue for you and if so what steps were taken ?
Did rocks the infill cause any punctures ?
Could you drop in a photo so everyone can see what we're talking about ?
Abe Connally wrote:
How high ? (all I really want out of life is for everyone to ask me that.