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Sepp says I am the number one permaculture guy in the US. I'm too exhausted to argue the point.

Sepp wants me to travel with him and see his projects. He especially wants me to see his project in russia.

There is a lot of stuff to go over and there is way too much stuff going on. And, frankly, I could use a rest.

I have been writing down some stuff that is new to me. Abput 5% of the stuff he says is stuff I have not heard before.

Sepp has pulled me aside several times and shared stuff with me. On the first night he had me over for dinner and showed me some pictures of some of his current projects. A lot of new and awesome stuff. He is sending me the pics and giving me permission to post to permies.

 
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Will be looking forward to it!

Ask him about termites, and how close to home is safe for hugels
 
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wish I could be wore out that way, instead of just wore out...


see if you can check out different scythe techniques...Austria does things one way..russia quite another...a scythe is still bread and butter in russia...and I betcha Sepp has a whole different perspective..
have fun!
 
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Feel better soon, Paul!

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