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Re: GSBN:Re: Lime plaster problems
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- Subject: Re: GSBN:Re: Lime plaster problems
- From: Athena & Bill Steen absteen@...
- Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2007 06:59:06 -0700
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The answer is simple. You and Matts have accrued such a huge amount
of good straw bale karma that the gods are simply smiling on you. I
mean isn't that enough to ensure success on whatever you touch.
The other reason is that for some combo of the variables that I
mentioned you got it right. I think it's impt to remember that I
didn't say "never." Only that it can be really difficult for all
those pieces to come together.
The other thing I didn't include in that earlier email was how
difficult it can be to cure the lime plaster properly. As one
English lime expert put it, "when it comes to lime plaster there is
nothing in the European experience that comes even close to
replicating the conditions found in the southwestern US. Even more
proof that the SB gods smile on you.
On Oct 7, 2007, at 5:12 PM, Judyknox42@...:
Matts and I have had great success with lime plaster over clay
particularly in the bale wrap project next door which is in its 7th
to the west sun and weather, and doing just fine. Now I'm going to
put my head together with him and try to figure out why it's worked
Plaster on...(not to be confused with let's get plastered)
Judy Knox and Matts Myhrman
Out On Bale
1037 E. Linden St.
Tucson, Az 85719
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Athena & Bill Steen
The Canelo Project
HC1 Box 324
Canelo/Elgin, AZ 85611