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Dave Burton's Boot Adventures at Wheaton Labs and Basecamp

 
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hey dave!
hows it going

here is a timelapse i took on lake erie one day

it was a good day for kiting
https://vimeo.com/16357432

are you still in michigan

 
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Bermshed is looking good! Where in Michigan are you? We are over in Cleveland if you are ever out his way.
 
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Dave Burton wrote:I arrived at Basecamp in the middle of the night last night! Cass and Taylor picked me up! It was gorgeous seeing all the stars in the sky! I had never seen so many stars in the sky before! This was my wake up this morning for my first day at The Project! I was greeted by Whorfie!!! :)

Day 1



Some pictures from this morning:





I can’t wait to begin working and learning and helping out with everything at Basecamp and Wheaton Labs!!!

Here are some pictures from around Basecamp!



Here are some pictures of Allerton Abbey!





And here are some of the things I worked on at Allerton Abbey! I limewashed a wall, cleaned wood and taped it, and even got to do cobbing! I cobbed a side of a doorway! Jaqi and English Fred taught me about limewashing and cobbing!





I love how you do your life. Goodluck in your journey.
 
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My oh my do you have a sense for photography. I'm entranced by this land now... and it makes me want to go hiking here too.
 
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