Preston Gorman wrote:Will there be any opportunity to learn permaculture during the winter months? or is it completely dead up there? I'm likely going to have some extended time off of work around December - possibly as much as a month, and was thinking about coming up there for either bootcamp or sepper program and wanted to know if it would be worth my while, or if it would be better to wait till summer - although there's no gaurantee I'll have enough time off work in summer to come. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org if someone wants to message me there.
T Simpson wrote:I'm considering being a boot next January, some info I'm looking for isn't in the FAQ.
Maybe just as a weekend thing or maybe I'll do daily BRK vlogs for YouTube, but...
I have a background in digital content creation. If I decide I want to create/edit videos & animations (and maintain my github repos when needed) while I'm there what resources are available, would I need to hike a mile to access the internet or get one of Tesla's fancypants Starlink things and power it myself? Could I stash a workstation PC someplace safe to use on occasion or would It be best to lug around a laptop?
T Simpson wrote:
How is this handled? Do boots pay quarters, use the bucket and plunger method, or something else?
T Simpson wrote:
3) Water access:
For deep-roots boots do they need to haul water to their plot, or are their existing streams, or wells, or is everyone just drinking rainwater?
T Simpson wrote:Would I need a Montana license to bow hunt on Paul's land or just on the national parkland? There seems to be a bit more red tape than here in Washington (surprisingly).
T Simpson wrote:Has there ever been a problem with large predators, should I bother with bear spray?
Jeff Steez wrote:Would I be miserable here as an anxiety ridden introvert that doesn't cause any drama and just likes to focus on tasks?