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Olenka Kleban wrote:Wolf lichen! I hear Erica is fond of it. I've been picking it off all my firewood for making dye.



Awesome! I experimented with trying to dye a bit of cotton with it last year because I'd hoped it would make a good dye. I know nothing about good dyeing methods, though, so my meager, pale yellow-green result I didn't take to heart. It would be fun to learn more. And I still want to see what the dye from the oregon grape roots looks like!
 
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This is a delicious loaf of polydough bread, baked by our Jason!
And then he made polydough donuts, but they were so delicious that they were all consumed before any documentation of their existence was captured!
Next will be polydough cinnamon buns! mmmmm mmm mmm mm m m m m m !!!
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Raleigh and Derick showering the dogs with attention.
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and silly Gus!
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Olenka Kleban wrote:This is a delicious loaf of polydough bread, baked by our Jason!
And then he made polydough donuts, but they were so delicious that they were all consumed before any documentation of their existence was captured!
Next will be polydough cinnamon buns! mmmmm mmm mmm mm m m m m m !!!




I'd bet that loaf was built in a dutch oven or a 2" cast iron pan in an oven.
 
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Tell me more about " Laughing stone".

Seems like there is a lot of moss there, doesn't that mean that there is water there?

Is the ground water seeping up through the rock formation?

Or just in a shady area that holds rain more than other areas?
 
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Yes, Rick, dutch oven baked!
 
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Chef Seth has been harvesting some food from 'round here. Thank you Tony for your mushroom prep.
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