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Bullock's Permaculture Homestead Tour, Sunday, 8/19 with Paul Wheaton  RSS feed

 
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Wanna tour one of the coolest permaculture places in the Pacific NW with Paul and myself this Sunday? Go to http://transitionwoodinville.ning.com/events/bullock-s-permaculture-homestead-tour to RSVP or private message me.

 
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Here are some photos from earlier this year, if you're curious what might be in store for you:
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Beautiful pictures. I'd love to see the place but this is just too short notice. Bummer.
 
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Patrick Thornson wrote:Beautiful pictures. I'd love to see the place but this is just too short notice. Bummer.



Yes, thanks for the great pictures Patrick M.! And I agree, Patrick T., incredibly short notice. We had a different volunteer who was planning the tour, but he was pulled away to other (cool) things. I picked up where he left off late, late in the game. C'est la vie.

If there is enough interest, I imagine the Seattle Permaculture Guild Meetup might plan one for next summer.
 
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