Chrissy Smiley wrote:if you have room for one person from about Dec22 to about the 28th i am interested.
Here is some of my pertinent info: i got the podcasts and have listened to many but nowhere near 200
i am new to almost all of this in practice, though I have helped build a cob cottage. Let me know if you'd find value in my visit. I'm physically strong and I am a morning person. I live in Boulder. If you have room for me and want for my presence, can you tell me how long the drive is for a slow driver?
I am quite interested (understatement) in your permaculture opportunity. I currently live in Huntington Beach CA, and have slowly watched my little surfing town be taken over by corporate greed and tourists (or tourerists as I call them). I really am looking for the opportunity to get away and live where there is actually trees that grow naturally, and not ones that a person has decided to place in the ground, but I do have some questions. I would really like to make an effort for the 2 years and make a living working for you guys and helping permaculture thrive.
Ideally I would like to do some smithing/forging if possible
I have several items I would like to bring with me and simply donate to the work site. I used to work in construction so I have things like air compressors, nail guns, shovels, sledge hammer, hammers, tool/knife sharpener, hand saws, etc. and some various other items that may be useful like canning and cooking supplies.
Also I own a .308 rugger rifle (I only have the rifle no other guns except for a bb gun, I don't believe in guns as a means of self protection), I was wondering if hunting was a possibility if the correct tags were purchased?
My goal is to leave around March, the 100 dollars should more than affordable for me but I don't have a paypal. So maybe I could mail the money to you beforehand if possible or just bring it up with me?