Car Trip!

Made it to Atlanta with Dad and the kids….ended up with a razy detour just after Macon.  The traffic on I-75 was totally stopped so we got off and Dad did a great job nav-ing us around.  Of course soon after we got back on the freeway in Atlanta there was traffic AGAIN. gag.  Oh […]

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Kentucky Pics

Posted pictures from last weeks’ trip to Kentucky.  In the October folder on our Picasa site.

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Home, crap, Home

It’s always a bummer to be done with a fun trip. On our way back from Kentucky we stayed two nights in Atlanta to go to the big airshow.  Bryan actually needed to go to touchbase with some folks for work since he’s working on the Moody airshow in a few weeks. Zoe didn’t want […]

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Kentucky Campout!

Well we just spent 6 nights camping out in Kentucky on our land.  Mitten Hollow.  It was awesome…no cell coverage, no email, no TV.  Just trees, mountains, cliffs, and crisp autumn air.  We drove up to Atlanta last Friday after work and hoteled it for a night enroute – the whole trip takes about 9 […]

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Jekyll Island

For our last couple days with Nana and Pappy we all went out to Jekyll Island to explore.  It’s an island a couple hours away from our house, so we drove out Saturday morning and were able to check into our hotel early.  We then grabbed some lunch and hit the beach.  Since the tide […]

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Kentucky Land

While we were in Kentucky this past week we decide to buy some property! We have been looking for a while for a ‘retirement’ place and found some places in Kentucky a couple months ago. We contacted the seller and decided to check them out while we were up for our cob workshop. We drove […]

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Cob Workshop

This past week we attended a Cob House Workshop up in Kentucky with a group called Disputanta Cob. Cob is an old technique using clay, sand and dirt, and straw to build up a home on a stone foundation. The class lasted four days – we learned how to build foundations, mix natural mortar, make […]

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Cob House

Bryan and I are now registered for a workshop in Kentucky mid-April to learn how to build our own home out of cob (mud, clay, straw mix). Should be a blast!

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