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Me, too, Greg! I am so excited by how beautifully it is coming along. I am grateful for all the hard work and care everyone has been putting in.
 
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Might a cellphone be able to monitor wind? if mine weren't broken I would look for an app for "weather station" or something.  They're able to do lots of things you might not expect a phone to be able to do.  (Except make phone calls, apparently.)
 
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Thanks for taking us along... very exciting!   And the 'oregon grape' photo is stunning, IMO : )   (The others are great also.... especially love the flowers and the varieties of  'fauna' : )
 
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Thank you, Nancy! I have enjoyed keeping an eye out for all the little critters.
 
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More work at the Abbey this morning. I am really enjoying camping on the Lab and hanging out with Cloud.

(Day 4)
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New bee house at the Abbey
New bee house at the Abbey
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Cloud, Jeremy’s cat
Cloud, Jeremy’s cat
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Cloud is a giant ham
Cloud is a giant ham
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Earthworm in the horse manure I was sorting for plaster
Earthworm in the horse manure I was sorting for plaster
 
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