tone at antb....uk
Mon Jun 21 14:04:55 CEST 2004
On Sun, 20 Jun 2004 08:31:37 +0100, you wrote:
Indeed, in some cases one even sees stacks of them piled in the corner
of fields rotting away now
The Strawbale and Permaculture discussion board:
>In my experience in England we usually have at least one supplier of small
>bales in each county area and when the farmer who has supplied my bales for
>years recently sold up and moved on then another local farmer quickly
>stepped in to supply the local demand, as with most products if there is a
>demand someone will find a supply.
>chug at strawbale-building....uk
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Carina Simons" <carina.simons at gmx...>
>To: <Strawbale at amper....muni.cz>
>Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2004 9:05 AM
>Subject: [Strawbale]Clay-Straw Sauna
>A. For long I have the fantasy to built a sauna in my garden in a straw/mud
>construction. Can anybody help out on that.
>B. Yesterday I was searching for strawbales in a handeble size. With the
>technology of huge roll size or 2 meter block size straw bales, I don't see
>how we can continue building strawbale houses? How is the builders
>experience, since I don't have any yet?
>Many greetings Carina
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