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What a great time! Thanks to all of you who shared your Sat. morning with me, and added new dimensions to Harry Mud! Someone left a hand-held videorecorder. Please email me and describe it, and we'll figure out how to get it back to you. My email is [masked]. My blog is at www.vegetariat.com. Hope to see you all at the next Perm. meetup.
0 · April 14, 2012
Bring a mug if you'd like hot beverages. I'll have tea, instant coffee, water, oranges, and little pizzas if we can fire up the oven. Anyone who wants to bring veggie food, great! There will be cobbing opportunities for all. Looking forward to meeting everyone!
0 · April 13, 2012
Hi Alexis. My son and I would greatly appreciate a ride. We live in University City, near Clairemont. We could drive to your place, if you like. If you think this will work, please email us at: [masked] Thanks!
0 · April 11, 2012
Looks like there's going to be a crowd! Please carpool. Bring rain gear in case of showers, and sun protection, too. The garden tour will last about an hour, with cob building after. If you'd like to bring vegetarian food, please do. I'll buy some TJ's mini pizzas in case we can fire up the oven. When you park, please either pull into the driveway, or be sure not to park in front of driveways or the dumpster. Can't wait to see everyone!
0 · April 11, 2012
Oh no! I'm starting at 9 to avoid the heat. The garden tour should last roughly an hour, and then whomever wants to cob... depending on how many people show... however long it takes to do the oven. Probably a couple of hours. We may be done about 12 because I'm sure people want to do other things with their day. Any way of taking the morning off?
0 · February 25, 2012
my permaculture garden will be on the Assoc. of University Women's Garden Tour, May 12th! A great opportunity to spread the word. I wouldn't mind having permies tour in April, to see what did and didn't work and perhaps put that second layer on the cob oven! (Yes, Harry Mud is still sitting there as is! Its been a busy year!) Whatever time you think; the earlier the better for temperature. The garden is one year old this month. Let me know what you think. Diane
0 · February 8, 2012