Dale Hodgins wrote:I've seen it mentioned somewhere on the forum, that Paul thinks that Mike chose an unfortunate title. I saw the book when I was a kid and was attracted by the title.
Jon Stoski wrote:Be aware that the book doesn't give a permaculture perspective, and take the siting information with a grain of salt. My verdict is 6.5 acorns out of 10.
he's a terrifically cool guy who spends his life 'doing things'
Dave Dahlsrud wrote:I have read the book and watched his DVD production that goes along with it. I would rate them an 8 out of 10. Ingenious ideas, entertaining, well worth the time and money. Just need to convince my wife that I won't grow a beard if we live in an underground/earth sheltered house.
Those cherries would go best on cherry cheesecake. Don't put those cherries on this tiny ad:
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