- we have nearly finished the demo of the yellow house and salvage of siding and 2 by boards (lots of de-nailing).
- Teo built us the cutest little comptoil outhouse from a giant peanut sack
- Jason and Shiloh banged out some nice benches (photos to come)
- Sara and Shiloh and others completed the root cellar
- zeke brought in some shelving for the kitchen
- Ish and Matthew put a bunch of rocks in the potholes, which desperately needed attention.
(Sara and Paxus) It is late after a long day and we are preparing to go to sleep in the back of the Subaru on the couch cushions which Deborah brought up. She also brought up a dozen cheery East Winders for a sing along and some beers after a beautiful warm day. We had said we wanted to have a party after our first full day of seed camp and then we kind of forgot about it. One of the nice things about having a community as a neighbor is that you can whip up a party pretty quickly.
Today is April Fools and an appropriate start date for such an unlikely project. And over the post couple of days a lot has come together.
Pilgrim and Paxus discussed volunteers and how to keep them happy. Pilgrim wanted them to be on the site during the daylight hours and taking off to the river or other events after the day was over. Paxus took a more summer camp perspective, thinking that volunteers needed to be happy and able to run off to adventures during the day some days.
We will fight and we will discuss and we will make sure that we’re creating an experience that is the best parts of work on a short timeline and play on a big scale. That’s what we’re all about. And we’ll take care of each other. It’s a culture more than a festival, that we’re creating, and if we can’t go swimming at the end of the day, in the middle of the day, at the beginning of the day, then what’s the point?
Yellow House Frame
Yellow House Gone