Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Hi Jesse. That deer's skull (with antlers) would be nice to put on the wall of your wofati-house. You could use the antlers for hanging all kind of stuff
The challenge is getting power to the welder without using an hour of machine time to get Rex over to the solar leviathan.
Gary Huntress wrote:Incredible job, Jesse! You da man! I was wondering if you could re-explain your earth tube design. I didn't quite get the whole concept of how it's supposed to work.
Jesse Grimes wrote:I ended up coming back to the Ant Village earlier than expected, as I was heading out to support the water protectors as Standing Rock in North Dakota. A few of us from the village worked together to build a rocket mass heater and bring it out to the camps to install in one of their winter structures and help keep the people warm while using far less firewood. I set up a GoFundMe campaign to help pay for the materials and a trailer to bring it all out there. Here is the link: https://www.gofundme.com/rocket-mass-heater-at-standing-rock
Jerry Sledge wrote:Jesse
You may want to send some of your contacts this information. Mike Adams the Health Ranger is offering to test the water for contaminates for all Native American tribes.
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Julia Winter wrote:I need more! What happened next??? Did you finish the pebble style RMH? Did the cob RMH work? Did you all have to move??
If I'd had more time, I would have written a shorter letter. -T.S. Eliot such a short, tiny ad:
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