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Hi, I'll be in Philadelphia till Feb. 21 doing a house-sit, which means taking a doggie out for a walk a few times a day. It also means I have most of the rest of the day free, especially from Thursday to Sunday. I took a batch box workshop in Madrid, built the burn chamber for my first rocket stove out in my garden as a part of my cob "fun area" which will include a wall with a warm seat, two rocket stoves, one of which will heat the tub and the other the seat and both will cook. Then I  took a plane to the US before starting on the mass part of the heater. I've been working with clay all my life, have been learning to work with cob, straw bale, natural plasters, tadelakt and rocket stoves for the past two years. I'd love to help someone with their rocket stove here in Phila. and also offer my creative and design skills.
 
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