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Caldera of the hollowed out volcano with good submarine access

 
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The Caldera, located on top of the great volcano.
Up the newly built rock-ity road, passed the tent launching pads, near raspberry rock, you will find a majestic look out and space for many permaculture artisano ideas to come to life!
We have been planting many grasses and clovers and cover crops of the kind. And we have recently added sunchokes!
Check out the progress and come add to the project!
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sowing seedys
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3 log bench!
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sprouts!
 
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Thanks Sara! So happy planting is happening up there!

For anyone who might be as literal, or as gullible as I am, we're being cheeky calling this the caldera. It's a depression in the peak of what we call the hollowed out volcano with good submarine access, which is the highest point (about a 500-ft rise from the road) on our rocky, hilly base camp property. Because, as Paul's says:

paul wheaton wrote:Of course, when your mission is world domination you need a hollowed out volcano with good submarine access. That's just standard operating procedure.



And here's a caldera view in May of 2015 (from a couple of pics) before all the recent seeding and planting (love me some arrowleaf balsamroot!):



 
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Went to the caldera today.

The "willie smits wandered here" sign is looking good .... all in a sea of yellow lava ...
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Willie Smits wandered here ...
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willie smits wandered here sign
 
And now I present magical permaculture hypno cards. The idea is to give them to people that think all your permaculture babble is crazy talk. And be amazed as they apologize for the past derision, and beg you for your permaculture wisdom. If only there were some sort of consumer based event coming where you could have an excuse to slip them a deck ... richsoil.com/cards
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