Wednesday, January 4, 2012

prepped to pour

Picked up Just Me's mixer today...got the work zone ready for the next pour on the north wing.  Benita went on walkabout Monday afternoon - no sign of critters for 2 days now...I hate when she does that.  51,66,31,0,W

Got this email today from a new friend in Africa:
Subject: fieldlab in Africagood evening John,

herewith two photos of an 'african fieldlab' - i did build one for my workers in Namibia.
your design was a great inspiration and the living quarters is functioning super well !

greetings from africa
markus

12 comments:

Rev.JimmyLeeBob said...

OMG ! Do you think she's steppin out on you ?

BBC said...

I have a mixer much like that, have never used it but by gawd I have it.

Rita B. said...

Do not worry. Benita knows where home is.

zip77077 said...

You've got rock, sand and space, why not build an earthen loading dock?

Larry Prater said...

I hope Benita returns soon.

Just Me said...

kewl unloading ramps!

Bizmark said...

Maybe Benita got jealous having to share you with the lady visitors on Monday ??

Unknown said...

Wow! You are making a difference all over the world. Very Cool!
And Benita just needed her space, happens every year... it is hard to be away from those you love, regardless of whose choice it is.

nate.mckenzie.aouc said...

You and your Field Lab are truly inspiring. The tough part is committing to doing something comparable. Keep it up!

Susie said...

John, any updates on the longhorns that were murdered a couple of months ago?

PS said...

Do you use a polarzing filter on [some of] your shots? The blue sky is striking.

Allen Hare said...

Nice post. I think this is the third borrowed cement mixer you've used. I miss Walter. You got a lot of work done with him.

It's great to see tangible results of you inspiring others. I know many have been encouraged and inspired by you work. Thanks for all you do, and for sharing it with us.