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Looks awesome , congratulations.
 
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Looks exactly like Kamloops.
 
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Ryan gets a turn on the trac hoe





Lily talks about lupines for a video




The soil in this spot is a silt-clay-loam that goes 16 feet deep




Ryan and I drive to TL from BC on the golf cart (yes, I'm driving with no hands!)




13 cows are now on TL





A different pic of the tipi



 
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That picture of the tipi is awesome. It really gives a perspective of the surrounding landscape (or is it?)
 
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paul wheaton wrote:

Ryan and I drive to TL from BC on the golf cart (yes, I'm driving with no hands!)





this is totally how i see myself getting to my version of "TL" when the time comes!

please keep the pictures coming
 
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It's good to see Ryan is wearing the Wheaton uniform.
 
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Very nice photos Land looks great !
The first things I thought of when I saw the pics was BEES then I remembered you said there were bears oh bugger.
Then I thought Bison . The american buffalo perfectly adapted to the land plus a permium meat product plus it knows what to do if it sees a bear or a wolf. Have any permies tried this in the states? I shall continue looking for some aurochs for when I get some land over here in France.

David
 
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This is the auditorium sized shop. I think we can do some big classes in here.
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We now have pigs on TL
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The cattle have been moved to a bigger paddock, so they are harder to take pictures of from the edge of the fence
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