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hi

Well it’s taken me about 7 months but I have now listened to all but perhaps a couple of Paul’s podcasts including those that have been only available on scubbly, all I can say is my life is changed. It’s been a magnificent learning experience, I’ve read numerous permaculture books, watched the DVD’s but so far it’s been the podcasts that have really brought permaculture to life for me. This summer I’m going to be taking a PDC with Patrick Whitefield here in England and to be honest, I can’t wait. I just thought I’d say hi to people and I look forward to learning more from everybody here.

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Hello from France
Thats some marathon listerning to all the pod casts
Where in England are you ?
Welcome to permies now all you have to do is read the forums

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Welcome to the forum Stephen. I'm considering taking the same PDC (assuming it's at Ragman's) so I might see you there!
 
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Hi David, I’m living in North Yorkshire, just on the edge of the North Yorkshire Dales. Hi Sam yeah I've been looking to do a PDC for a few years but was not sure where to do it or who with, after reading Patrick Whitefield’s books and watching him on YouTube I now feel I'm going on the right PDC course to suit what I would like to get out of one, hope to see you there this June.
 
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Hi Stephen
An area I know well having been born in Hartlepool, lived for a time in Whitby and went to Uni in Hull

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Hello from Derbyshire

Though I've not done the PDC there, Ragmans Farm is a lovely place, really interesting- you'll enjoy the PDC!
 
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