Sevilla 10-14 of may 2018: We traveled to Seville to present and compete with the Bud stripper for the technical innovation award. It was a great time with great people in an amazing city!
Weekend April 14/15: After great days at the ICBC in Berlin we finished the first prototype with successful dry-runs. Now it's getting boxed and travels to Expoanamo!
Weekend March 23/24: We go straight forward to finishing the prototype. We are at the paneling and waiting for the last three missing parts to be delivered.
Applications for ExpoCanamo and EIHA are out, now hold fingers crossed!
We’d wrapped up Deep Green Building 2018 a week earlier when The Master rang. “How’s the wall?” he asked.
Wolf Jordan and the disciples
The Polish winter deep freeze is upon us, and the hempcrete we installed to create our first interior wall in the attic at HempToday Center is still being put to the temperature test more than a week later; we’ve not extended the central heating to that level yet. At this moment, if you press hard with your index finger, you can still make a slight indentation. That is, by the way, a lovely feeling. And today the weather is warming. So far, so good.
“Make sure to put up as many pictures as you can of those ‘wooooooonderful’ people,” The Master said.
Commited to hemp
There were 27 in total, from 12 countries and, yes, they all were wonderful. Brilliant. Funny. Committed to hemp. And hardworking. Except for Henry. He’d had an appendectomy 2 days before showing up, which we counted as a flimsy excuse for not doing his part. Nonetheless we let him stay because we like Freddie, his dog.
More importantly, Henry’s a great conversationalist over a “Tennessee Tuck,” and coffee or a beer in the kitchen. Freddie hangs out there too most of the time, waiting for something tasty to drop. Which Tommy Mullen, Mystic Mountain Hemp, Idaho Springs, Colorado, USA was always doing when he wasn’t misplacing dishware or utensils. Some Guest Chef.