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).
lookin' good. dang, for a minute i thought that was a pallet of cow goodies...but alas it was cement mix.
p.s. love the battery plant stand.
John, you have to be the hardest working person for many a mile. Just looking at those pallets makes me worn out. Wow!Al
John, our off-grid community is being hit by thieves. I'd love to get a pic of them in action. I'm wondering how your wildlife camera (Moultrie 100) is working out for you. Please feel free to email me directly at:firstname.lastname@example.orgAnd, I agree with Al regarding your work ethic. You'd be a certain role model in our neck of Nevada! Thank you!
John, what pollenates your tomatoes. Are there bees out there in the desert? Or moths? Or some other critter. It would be interesting if a small colony of bees might be interested in your part of the desert.
I have a cement mixed I've never used.
Disclaimer:No bunnies were killed or injured in this concrete pour.
It's just non-stop action over your way, John. It'll be nice to get that floor finished off and started in on sealing up the roof before the really cold weather sets in.
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