Joe Molnar wrote:8 weeks straight camping in a one man tent seems a bit rough, is there a possibility of me spending some of this time indoors (I could bring an air mattress or bring my sleeping bag inside)?
Sam Barber wrote:Gappers will be expected to work around 6 hours a day and have two days off a week. Hours will vary for several reasons though if someone is staying for a short period thing may be different hours are also dependent upon what is going on the property at the time but in general we gappers will work around 30 hours a week of bread labor. On your day off there are any number of things for a person to do you could have your own side projects that you are interested in, we call that soul labor. There are plenty of things that could be soul labor for people to do it alll depends on what you are interested in. We have a ton of materials and equipment here that people are welcome to use for there own projects and experiments as well as Paul's vast knowledge to help you and give you advice.
Josh Ritchey wrote:Would it be possible to work out something where we could pay to camp at the farm and use the bathroom and shower? We can provide our own food and will do fine without electric for the time. My main desire is to gain permission to camp on the farm and get a bit of a tour around. We love the outdoors and would love to see Wheaton Labs in action.
I've got a wife and 3 young kids and hope to bring them on a trip to inspire them the way permies/Paul inspires me.
kadence blevins wrote:Stole this from another thread but thought better to ask here...
Would this be appropriate under a gapper pretense?