Structures

I’ve worked as a stone mason, built masonry heaters with Maine Wood Heat Company, and done some on my own (read about an experimental low-cost cob heater I built here).  I put time in on log home crews and general carpentry.  At a certain point, I just wanted to put down the tools and start lashing poles together:  take me to that place where I can work and still hear the birds sing.

Lately it has been all about sewing The Tent.  Lightweight & made for travel with a woodstove, as well as the heavy canvas ones.  The yurt is also high on the list, made on the cheap from fir poles cut with an ax.

I like having a nice place to live, and I also like doing other things that don’t happen inside one building.

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