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We love the Boots that come up here to wheaton labs. I think you all do too!



Hear is away to show your love to the sweet Boots that come.

Feel free to sent things to them:
Books
Clothing
Boots
Hats
Gloves
The list can keep going!!!

Here is a starter list and the links to Amazon.com (one etsy):
Gaia's garden
Sepp Holzer's Permaculture: A Practical Guide to Small-Scale, Integrative Farming and Gardening
Homegrown Linen
The Rocket Mass Heater Builder's Guide: Complete Step-by-Step Construction, Maintenance and Troubleshooting
The Earth Sheltered Solar Greenhouse Book
Earthen Floors
The Fifty Dollar and Up Underground House Book
The Scything Handbook: Learn How to Cut Grass, Mow Meadows and Harvest Grain with a Scythe
The High Art and Subtle Science of Scrounging
The Hands on Home
Permaculture Magazine
NOMA guide to fermentation
HotHands Body & Hand Super Warmers
100% wool blanket

Here are the addresses to send stuff:

Boots c/o paul wheaton
2120 s reserve #351
missoula, mt 59801


Here is a start :)

 
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Thank you, Coco! I am excited by the possibility of getting my hands (and Dave's!) on The Noma Guide to Fermentation! Dave has been cooking so many interesting fermented dishes for us all, and I am interested in adding some new ferments to my repertoire in preparation for living at Allerton Abbey without refrigeration.
 
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Jennifer Richardson wrote:I am excited by the possibility of getting my hands (and Dave's!) on The Noma Guide to Fermentation! Dave has been cooking so many interesting fermented dishes for us all, and I am interested in adding some new ferments to my repertoire in preparation for living at Allerton Abbey without refrigeration.



Noma sent.  Enjoy!  It is fun to see what all you guys are creating up there!

Somehow I thought that Paul already had all the books (getting review copies and all).
 
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That is awesome, Kerry, thank you so much!
 
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Thank you so much Kerry!
 
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Kerry Rodgers wrote:
Somehow I thought that Paul already had all the books (getting review copies and all).



Thank you Kerry!!

Some of the books in the list above are already in Paul's or my library...though we're a bit stingy and don't let them leave the FPH! We'll review the list a bit to see if we have extras for the base camp library or boot use since Coco and Jennifer might not have known (or Paul or I might not have labeled yet) some of our extra copies for community use.


 
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We received The Noma Guide to Fermentation (generously gifted to us by Kerry Rodgers) this evening! It is a beautiful book, with gorgeous artwork and many intriguing recipes. Josiah recommended it when he was here, and it turns out it was on Fred’s wishlist as well, so we are all really excited. Dave was already trying out a recipe for Lacto Tomato Water when I left the Fisher-Price house for the evening!
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And I finished making the Lacto-Fermented Tomato Water! I have set it on the shelf for it to start fermenting!



 
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Thank you so much to whoever sent this amazing book selection for us boots—we have all been wrangling over who gets to read which ones first!
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