Eric Shortridge wrote:Hi, Eric from DirtRich Permaculture in Denver here. Very interested in helping to build a hot tub. Just need to get my logistics straight. What's needed from me etc. Let me know please. Thanks.
Eric Shortridge wrote:Hi, Eric in Denver again. Thought of some more questions. Can I trade labor for attendance to the workshop? Can I bring and camp with my 11yo. daughter/lackey? Are you even interested in another crusty middle aged dude playing with fire and stuff up there? Added a link to my permacultureglobal.org profile.permacultureglobal.org Hope that's right. Has my bona fides. Thanks,e
Frank Lee wrote:When I click on your email link I am taken to the last post in the topic and need to scroll to the top to sign in. Then I'm taken to the list of topics so need to go back to email and click the link again. Irritating.
Peter van den Berg wrote:Maybe someone made this remark before so saying it again would be a bit silly.
But anyway: we all know a pocket rocket will get awfully hot, in the lower regions mostly. This rocket can't be immersed in water because the temperature of combustion would go down too much. And when this pocket rocket is placed inside another barrel which is immersed? just a thought.
Alex Colchester wrote:
We have solved using a rocket stove to heat a hot tub and our system is tested over a year with zero issues. Check out my threads.
It would be great to have feedback from the permies community, but it seems that for some reason people aren't interested in my developments, perhaps because I am an outsider to the 'permies scene'.