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RE: GSBN:Matts requests help again
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- Subject: RE: GSBN:Matts requests help again
- From: "Frank & Ingrid" strawbales@...
- Date: Tue, 8 Aug 2006 10:05:12 +1000
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Hello Matts & Joyce,
The correct spelling for the ecovillage in Germany is "Siebenlinden",
(meaning seven lime trees), so the e-mail address should probably also
read m......@...than seibenlinden.
Best wishes, Frank & Ingrid
Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow, Strawbale Construction
Ph. & Fax: + 61 2 4443 5282 Mobile: 0408415806
From: GSBN [<a target="_blank" href="mailto:GSBN@...">mailto:GSBN@...] On Behalf Of Joyce
Sent: Monday, 7 August 2006 12:23 PM
Subject: Re: GSBN:Matts requests help again
I have an email address for Martin martin.st@... - Don't
if it's still correct but hope this helps!
Joyce Coppinger, Managing Editor
The Last Straw journal
GPFS/TLS, PO Box 22706, Lincoln NE 68542-2706 USA
402.483.5135, fax 402.483.5161
on 8.6.2006 6:41 PM, MattsMyhrman@...MattsMyhrman@...:
> I can't retrieve my list of contact info for the people who attended
> ISBBC 2004 in Denmark. Can anyone in Germany provide me with an
> for Martin Stengil (correct spelling?) who built two s-b domes at an
> in Germany (Seiben Linden?)?
> Expanding on my earlier request for images of s-b vaults and domes, I
> now found that my presentation is also supposed to cover round
> have images of several smaller such structures, including the thatched
> that B. Jones did in Ireland, but have no images of any large ones.
I have a
> vague recollection of a big round building used to stable and train
> being mentioned on the GSBN. If any of you can quickly provide
> images of
> this building (or any other large round building), or can get someone
> to, I will be most grateful. The unfortunate time pressure results
> reality that in a week, Judy and I begin a circuitous journey that
> eventually to Ontario for the big gig.
> The images should be of a resolution adequate for projecting onto a
> making a good 5 inch (12.7 cm) by 7 inch (17.8 cm) photographic print.
> Expressed differently, my tecnical consultant, Tony Novelli from DCAT,
> that they be at least 800 pixels high by 600 pixels tall (better yet,
> Thanks for anything you can do with such a deadline.
> With greetings from your hopelessly round, domed and vaulted friend in
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