Nikki Roche wrote:It would be awesome to see a thread for BBs like the
Reverse Kickstarter -- a place to pledge or Pay It Forward to encourage people to complete badges and BBs. For example, for the next few who complete a sand badge, maybe someone could pledge something that would help with the next badge, like the seeds needed for the gardening badges or the Flax to Linen ebook for completing the textile sand badge. Or a handmade gift or monetary pledge for the first person to complete a BB that you just want to see done by someone.
It's obvious that SO much work has gone into PEP, and I'd love to see it used for more than SKIP. I'm using it as a framework for building skills that could be useful on my own property. I was at a loss of where to start, and PEP has taken out some of the guesswork, especially with the video and article links within the BBs and people posting their own completions.
On my phone, I can't tell if the thread actually linked at the beginning, so just in case, here's the Reverse Kickstarter thread that I referenced: https://permies.com/wiki/90168/permaculture-projects/Biological-Reverse-Kickstarter
Wez Prestage wrote:... - . Ahh so the cat died of old age. Well thats not too sad! He looked so happy and had an amazing life! Thanks!
I think I know what you mean. I saw there are different types of wheelbarrows. Some have a large metal thing in front of the wheel, others (like mine) don't.
Coydon Wallham wrote:My problem with regular wheelbarrows is the frame In front of the wheel. I read people here talking about these being good in hills and rough terrain, but for me that part of the frame catches the ground easily on anything but pretty flat ground. I realize that at 6'5" the front sits low as I lift higher in back, but with longer arms than average does that difference make that much of a deal? The ones I've seen in memory seem to have the same basic design, are there different ones that make this less of a problem?