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Jen is moved into the abbey (Jen and her cat)



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YOU FOUND THE KITTENS!!!

Also, yay retaining wall is still standing...

Looking great! That's one cozy spot to spend the winter!
 
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Has this project got a couple of the temperature graphing units to collect data? I'd be *really* interested in how the temperature fluctuates over the day/night cycle compared to outdoors.
 
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Jay Angler wrote:Has this project got a couple of the temperature graphing units to collect data? I'd be *really* interested in how the temperature fluctuates over the day/night cycle compared to outdoors.



https://permies.com/t/90/120233/permaculture-projects/Jen-Boot-Camp-Allerton-Abbey

 
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Ashley Cottonwood wrote:YOU FOUND THE KITTENS!!!

Also, yay retaining wall is still standing...

Looking great! That's one cozy spot to spend the winter!



The Kittens are so cute!

Your retaining wall is so lovely!!!

Jen has made it a happy cozy home. I think it will be great for the winter too.
 
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It's looking so beautiful! All the best for the Winter, Jen.
 
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if you are experiencing any dusting on your beautiful interior lime walls you can seal them with clear or tinted milk paint. fresh lime will dust less than stuff that has been sitting in a bag for a while so just put another layer on when you feel it is fading. I am watching your adventure with great interest.
 
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Home sweet home!!!
 
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The plaster work and the little cookstove look wonderful!  I want to make some tea on it!  How is it heating, and how is the place holding heat?
 
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Kim Goodwin wrote:The plaster work and the little cookstove look wonderful!  I want to make some tea on it!  How is it heating, and how is the place holding heat?



https://permies.com/t/130/120233/permaculture-projects/Jen-Boot-Camp-Allerton-Abbey

 
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