Dawn Hoff wrote:I think very much you should out the complainer in to work with whomever he complains about.
I'm also thinking that a polite "ummm, have you told them?" Might be a good thing once in a while.
What might be really really useful is to have a non-violent communication work shop ;-) That to me is really people care - learning to be assertive, and positive at the same time, is the best tool I've ever ever learned (I'm still working at it, it's an squired skill).
kadence blevins wrote:I think i am in both build and have built. I could build hugels and help with building lots of things but wouldnt be able to just myself. So if i was going to it would have to be figured out between me and whoever else wants to do build-for-people-paid-for that can do the other things i cant do but could help with.
Like say... four people and i can do hugels, we work out from the persons spot the cost and we split the pay... six people can do all the main moving and building for a wofati but five others and i can be runners and handers and holders etc.
Or on the other hand someone might be able to do all of one persons.hugels on their own and get all the pay.
Is this along the lines of what you were thinkin?
I dont know what prices it would be for things..
John Merrifield wrote:In some timber frame construction I've done, I used dry, square, oak pegs in green wood holes. Pegs remained tight after green wood seasoned.