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Does the October 10th bootcamp still have openings?

 
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Does the October 10th bootcamp still have openings? What is the cost beyond the deposit amount?
 
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Yes there are openings!  

After the $100 to secure your spot, there are no other fees.  It is always wise to have spending money in case you need something that the bootcamp does not provide.
 
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https://permies.com/t/120/146876/permaculture-projects/bootcamp-waiting-list

https://wheaton-labs.com/bootcamp/#Join
 
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Is there a place to go to see what is good to bring with or any other pertinent info like time to show up & stuff?  We just hear about this when Paul was speaking in Bonner last weekend & until THIS morning attending was out of the question but now is a possibility.  Thanks.  Never mind - did not see the link above.  
 
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https://permies.com/wiki/146186/what-to-bring

This should be a comprehensive list.  If you have any other questions, you can post to this thread or the other bootcamp threads

https://permies.com/wiki/bootcamp
 
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So maybe a silly question - I'm still fishing around the site for information & I see there is a RMH workshop going on at the same time as the 2 open spots for bootcamp.  How does that work?  Paul said to send my son, who will be helping me build our RMH, so he could learn the ins & outs.  Turns out my husband may be the one who can attend.  But I see the workshop is "sold out" so I am at a bit of a loss on how bootcamp is where he would learn how to build the RMH.  Toward the bottom of the workshop page there is a line that says it's $100 for the whole workshop if you are staying in the Cooper Cabin bunks - is that what I am calling bootcamp with the open spots?  Thanks!!
 
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teri andersen wrote:So maybe a silly question - I'm still fishing around the site for information & I see there is a RMH workshop going on at the same time as the 2 open spots for bootcamp.  How does that work?  Paul said to send my son, who will be helping me build our RMH, so he could learn the ins & outs.  Turns out my husband may be the one who can attend.  But I see the workshop is "sold out" so I am at a bit of a loss on how bootcamp is where he would learn how to build the RMH.  Toward the bottom of the workshop page there is a line that says it's $100 for the whole workshop if you are staying in the Cooper Cabin bunks - is that what I am calling bootcamp with the open spots?  Thanks!!



I'm sorry for the confusion.  Oct 23rd is the next opening for the boot camp. October 10th is when the rocket mass heater workshop starts. As far as I know the workshop is full.  

the $100 for the Cooper cabin is for the accommodations not for the cost of the workshop.

If you did decide to join the boot camp on October 23rd the fee is a flat $100 per person
 
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teri -

there are 2 more spots for the workshop!


here is the link: https://permies.com/wiki/179543/permaculture-projects/Rocket-Mass-Heater-Workshop-Oct
 
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Looks like he is not able to go after all - bootcamp or workshop.    Thanks for the quick info!
 
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