Life off the grid in the SW Texas desert. An experiment in sustainable living. NUMBERS AT THE END OF EACH BLOG POST: temp at 8PM,high temp,low temp,rainfall,wind conditions(CalmBreezyWindyGusty).
John, you sure are an artist.Well, yes, you are an artist!
That is so neato!
Oh dear... I can see this becoming the start of John's fortification of the field lab. It starts off with 20 feet of knee-high wall and and ends with a 12ft tall ramparts a moat and draw-bridge!
I thought he already had a moat of sorts in that dam he built! Way to go John. The wall and fire pit are beautiful.
Holy Ammonite, Batman!
Looks good...I sure hope them truffles make me work hard like that.I know it's a lot of work to haul all that stone and put up those walls...but, I think you should build lots more of them up around your place. Very nice!
Very Cool! The low rock wall can be used for benches to provide seating during the lecture part of the guided tours :-)
Snakes sure like them rock walls..
My only comment on that nice wall,,why is it so close to your drive? How much land you own now? And you put a wall up real close to your parking area? Just curious
I really like the nice rock wall, and the fossils are beautiful. Great work.
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