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I kinda wanna start this document and flesh it out as I remember stuff.  And maybe add pictures and links and stuff.


the lab:

allerton abbey (wofati 0.7)
rocket heater (no mass) in allerton abbey
chateau de poo
tipi with a rocket mass heater
the bee hut
cooper cabin (wofati 0.
rocket mass heater in cooper cabin
rocket wood cook stove in cooper cabin
voltswagon - solar trailer with 750 watts of panels
solar leviathan - solar trailer with 3000 watts of panels
electric sawmill is with the leviathan
lemon tree site
10x10 wofati
ant village (the bear den, evan's wofati, kai's cob house, jim's
oehler structure, evan and kai's fencing and gates)


basecamp:

hugelkultur and berms
junkpole fence and gates
haybox cooker
matt walker's rocket mass heater smoker
sepp holzer's grain
rocket mass heater in the fisher price house
rocket mass heater in the office
the light bulb test still going on
the electric tractor
the red cabin with the "minnie mouse" rocket mass heater
the berm shed (1200 square feet of covered space for $92 in materials)
the rocket kiln in the berm shed
the pee palace - heating water with compost
rocket water heater
the shower shack
willow bank and serviceberry terrace
the ring of fire
the batch box rocket mass heater in the shopitorium
the rollie shelves in the shopitorium
the love shack with the super simple solar system


 
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Is there a date for the tour?
 
paul wheaton
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Jeanine Gurley Jacildone wrote:Is there a date for the tour?


We give the tour about 30 times per year.  I thought it would be good to have a thread that has the grand list.



 
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1.  Is there a cost for the tour?
2.  Do you need to sign up for the tour?
 
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Kim Stewart wrote:1.  Is there a cost for the tour?
2.  Do you need to sign up for the tour?


We are trying to set things up so that there are regular tour dates and there can be a reduced price for the tour. 

So far, we have given the tour to people that are here for workshops, or for people that are here as part of our bootcamp program or gapper program.

We have given the tour to people with big media at no charge. 
 
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For more about how to visit, see this thread:  visiting wheaton labs. (It's also a hyperlink at the very top of the wheaton labs forum.)

For more general info about wheaton labs:  best, simple summary of all things wheaton labs. (Also a hyperlink at top of the wheaton labs forum.)

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