Thursday, April 17, 2014

Saturday, April 12, 2014

[papercreters] (unknown)



Hi
My name is Abdullah, I'm civil engeneer, I work on study papercrete from two years ago, and I'll purplish a code for this material soon


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Monday, April 7, 2014

[papercreters] Kristin in San Marcos Tx Papercrete experimint s



Hello Kristin:)
I lost all your contact info.

I am going to begin some papercrete experiments in next few days. If you are interested please contact me.

Email or phone 512-557-8344.

Best wishes
Murry


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Friday, March 21, 2014

Re: [papercreters] RE: pots,rocks and garden containers



If you put a cup of latex paint in your 1/3 yard of mix there will be no concerns regarding alkalinity. I get discarded paint from the hardware store for free. Take note.......... the cure time for your product will be dramatically reduced. What used to take me days in cure time is now down to hours thanx to he latex reaction in the formula.

                        Have fun...........    Bob



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Saturday, February 22, 2014

Re: [papercreters] PLANS FOR SUMMER NM PLASTER



share away on any of the photos I took :)


On Sat, Feb 22, 2014 at 4:04 PM, spaceman <Spaceman@starship-enterprises.net> wrote:
 

Both those links are websites with java running for slideshows. Any modern browser should do fine as long as you have scripts enabled. What are you using for access?

I don't know if it works mobile, I guess it would depend on the device and its browser.

You can directly access Evelyn's shots at http://www.starship-enterprises.net/pcgathering1/evelynspix/slides/ but you'll have to click to view each one individually. Click the .jpg, if you click the html files it'll want to run java. I ask that everyone please refrain from downloading them unless you get Evelyn's permission, they are all copyrighted in her name.

The ones I took are not accessible this way because they are in a 3D format that needs the java.



On 2/22/2014 3:18 PM, Charmaine Taylor wrote:

Spaceman I can't open the pics or link you shared




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"Certain things catch your eye, but pursue only those that capture the heart." ~ Ancient Indian Proverb



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RE: [papercreters] PLANS FOR SUMMER NM PLASTER



Thanks Charmaine< I always think of you as the most experienced one. I so much appreciate the input on expenses. One thing I really need to do before all of this happens is make sure the neighbor turns my water back on. I heard through a 3rd party that he shut it off because a pipe was leaking. Also I am pretty sure my mixer is toast. I do have an alternate plan though.I am shooting for early June so as to beat the heat and the monsoons. I have sort of abandoned the place and notice things are deteriorating. Who is it that took pics and would not share? That is not allowed on my projects. We all share. Anyway gotta go. Thanks again and keep in touch. I'm headed to no wifi zone for a couple of days


To: papercreters@yahoogroups.com
From: charmainertaylor@gmail.com
Date: Sat, 22 Feb 2014 14:18:57 -0800
Subject: [papercreters] PLANS FOR SUMMER NM PLASTER

 

Judith I will email you off list.  

Yes Kaolin clay may work,  people SHOULD be expected to pay for their food, and bring tent/bedroll/any special needs, work clothes.

you are not a charity, and even if you are getting the help, they get experience not found elsewhere especially from one as experienced as you. Thats one reason I want to come

When you did the last one I offered to post a report on it, but the guy who recorded some of it refused to share photos or info (some college teacher who mistrusted my intent unfortunately) 

Spaceman I can't open the pics or link you shared

I've seen/participated in  many SB/Ferro/StrayClay etc  teaching events, workshops and classes on jobsites, and it is normal to pay your own way and not expect the host to cover. 

I can sleep in my Subaru, and if you  arrange buying food/ related materials we should be able to pay you before or upon arrival.

I hate the heat, so before the  hot part is best--or late summer?


we can figure it out

 everyone needs to be an independent spirit with willing hands, a few Ive seen expected a city level indoor seminar with no work on their part. The leader ended up working almost by herself  to plaster a 1400 sq ft bale dome while  lazy ones sat and smoked pot and discussed the beauty of natural building… they liked the theory over practice…(but this is Humboldt County so that was the norm)  I know this group isn't like that...

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Charmaine

Charmaine Taylor/Publishing & Elk River Press
PO Box 375 Cutten CA 95534
www.papercrete.com

Some people forget that their beliefs don't make them a better person. 
*Their behavior does*

"Have courage for the great sorrows of life and patience for the small ones. And when you have laboriously accomplised your daily task, go to sleep in peace. God is awake." 
(Victor Hugo, 1802-1885)
 
 



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Re: [papercreters] PLANS FOR SUMMER NM PLASTER



Both those links are websites with java running for slideshows. Any modern browser should do fine as long as you have scripts enabled. What are you using for access?

I don't know if it works mobile, I guess it would depend on the device and its browser.

You can directly access Evelyn's shots at http://www.starship-enterprises.net/pcgathering1/evelynspix/slides/ but you'll have to click to view each one individually. Click the .jpg, if you click the html files it'll want to run java. I ask that everyone please refrain from downloading them unless you get Evelyn's permission, they are all copyrighted in her name.

The ones I took are not accessible this way because they are in a 3D format that needs the java.

On 2/22/2014 3:18 PM, Charmaine Taylor wrote:

Spaceman I can't open the pics or link you shared



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