Chrissy Smiley wrote:if you have room for one person from about Dec22 to about the 28th i am interested.
Here is some of my pertinent info: i got the podcasts and have listened to many but nowhere near 200
i am new to almost all of this in practice, though I have helped build a cob cottage. Let me know if you'd find value in my visit. I'm physically strong and I am a morning person. I live in Boulder. If you have room for me and want for my presence, can you tell me how long the drive is for a slow driver?
I am quite interested (understatement) in your permaculture opportunity. I currently live in Huntington Beach CA, and have slowly watched my little surfing town be taken over by corporate greed and tourists (or tourerists as I call them). I really am looking for the opportunity to get away and live where there is actually trees that grow naturally, and not ones that a person has decided to place in the ground, but I do have some questions. I would really like to make an effort for the 2 years and make a living working for you guys and helping permaculture thrive.
Ideally I would like to do some smithing/forging if possible
I have several items I would like to bring with me and simply donate to the work site. I used to work in construction so I have things like air compressors, nail guns, shovels, sledge hammer, hammers, tool/knife sharpener, hand saws, etc. and some various other items that may be useful like canning and cooking supplies.
Also I own a .308 rugger rifle (I only have the rifle no other guns except for a bb gun, I don't believe in guns as a means of self protection), I was wondering if hunting was a possibility if the correct tags were purchased?
My goal is to leave around March, the 100 dollars should more than affordable for me but I don't have a paypal. So maybe I could mail the money to you beforehand if possible or just bring it up with me?
Orin Raichart wrote:I dropped coin for the bootcamp on paypal today (Receipt number 1697-0596-4051-1491).
Need to collect some tools to bring with; after that I'll be about 645 miles out.
Orin Raichart wrote:I believe you ask people to listen to ?240? podcast before coming: I've officially listened to 56.
Orin Raichart wrote:
I purchased a 100watt solar panel, a 30amp charger and 2000watt inverter: pretty sure these have plastic parts in them. Shall I leave them behind? Probably bring a laptop too. The rest would be a few tools, clothes. I have a plastic 5gallon bucket which I'm pretty sure I don't need to ask about cause it's the kind of thing you don't want.
Michael Yossa wrote: She was with you at the” caravan de la paix” many years ago in Latin America.
I went through the permies.com 2020 work trades for PDC, PTJ and/or SKIP, I have to say that it’s very interesting and exciting to be part of the course and the boot camp. I’m very interested in learning all the modules of the course, especially the renewable alternative energy and permaculture courses. I would like to enroll and register for the 2020 boot camp which I would like to take as per available schedules. Also please I wish to know if you can offer assistance to facilitate and enable get a visa at the US embassy. Please can I have more advices and orientation? Thank you
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