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Justin Rhodes 45 minute video tour of wheaton labs basecamp  RSS feed

 
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First, there was the public video for all the world to see:





And then there was the super secret private video - an extra 45 minutes of stuff including:

  - the haybox cooker
  - the junkpole fence
  - the rocket smoker
  - sepp holzer grain
  - the red cabin
  - the minnie mouse rocket mass heater
  - the berm shed
  - the chest fridge
  - rocket oven
  - fresnel lens
  - the rolly shelves
  - the couch balcony
  - the batch box rocket mass heater
  - the easy bake coffin
  - solar food dehydrator
  - the skiddable canning kitchen in progress
  - the bootcamp program
  - fred's story
  - the solar leviathan
  - the pee palace
  - rocket hot water
  - the shower shack
  - the love shack - skiddable cabin


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I like it:)
 
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Works fine for me. Thanks Paul!
 
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This is cool! Thanks for the invite.
 
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I've wanted to see a video like that for years. I bet it would get tons of views on YouTube.
 
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Thanks for the access, Paul. Fantastic!
 
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They both work fine for me Paul, and they are both VERY interesting!  Thanks for these.  
 
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Video is working fine, i'll get to watch it all later, but it played fine.  
Will you have a link for downloading the video's that you have for us?

Keep up the good work!  Looks like lots of busy from this kick starter.

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ok, I have finished the video!  and BOY o BOY, the more the see the more I am excited to try some of this stuff.  I wish i didn't have to work the 12 hr days.  
I think my first projects will be updating my food dehydrator i made, and a rocket mass heater.

Thank you again!!!
 
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Thanks, really nice look around. Most of what you showed, I've heard and, some of it, seen before so it was great to see it all in one go and have it explained so well.
 
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Absolutely delightful.  Grizzly bear my foot.  I have a brother like you...can put any baby to sleep or calm any fussing child, loves life, can do amazing things.

I really enjoyed the tour!!! Thanks so much.
 
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Ryan Haffele wrote:Works fine for me. Thanks Paul!


Ditto. I logged in, and suddenly I was eating Kickstarter Kandy! Seeing that solar food dehydrator and food coffin makes me excited that I get the plans for those, along with the rocket oven!
 
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This is gerat stuff :)  I need to scour the board to see if there is an explanation of that sink in WillowBank - I could use something like that as a temporary measure.  And now I need to also search the forum for Sepp Holzer grain, too.

Thanks to both you and Justin!
 
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barton mazza wrote:Will you have a link for downloading the video's that you have for us?



Not for this video.
 
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Thanks Paul and Justin,
I haven't been out there for a few years due to children, work, etc.  It's great to catch up on what's been going on there.
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Awesome, changed my email address and now I can watch the videos!
 
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Very cool!  Thanks, Paul, for letting us in on this exclusive tour.  And thanks to the Rhodes family for recording it and making it available!
 
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After logging in works fine. Thanks!
 
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I'd recommend that if Justin wants to shoot video on-the-run like this, with this lens, he should at least use a monopod and minimize his motion.  Wide angle + motion = distraction + nausea.  He is pro enough to step it up.

Content is wonderful, insightful, delightful, and peachy.

Cheers!
 
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