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29-30 Nov 2013

First snow of the winter

We've been dumped straight into winter missing out autumn altogether! Temperatures at night have dropped from a comfortable 15 degrees to minus 2 in the blink of an eye. But this sort of makes up for it... The highest mountain for miles has it's first snow of the season, how beautiful is that?

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Anyway, back to all things earthshippy - we have approx. 80m2 of floor to finish and I don't know how many m2 of walls to do, so we got on with it.

The darker bit of flooring is the new bit, which has taken me 2 days to do, and that's with Dave sifting and mixing the mud, and doing rock hunts for me. Luckily I had knee pads to wear or I wouldn't have been able to stand up afterwards!

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As well as being my skivvy, Dave also fitted most of the electrical socket backs into the walls and started filling in between the tyres of the round room.

I took a little break from floor work to build up more of the earthcliff on the section of wall in the living area.

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Electric socket backs and earthcliffs
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Filling in between the tyres

Mr Frosty

On Saturday morning we awoke to temps of 4C inside the caravan - brrrr!

Then went outside to see a beautiful frosty layer over everything, and temps of -2C - BRRRR!

So, on entering the earthship, it felt positively balmy at 15.1C - purrrr!

That's 15.1C without any heating and only cardboard in a couple of the windows.

 
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Maybe we should start sleeping in the earthship now? Dave couldn't resist setting up this bed base that we wombled years ago, now all we need is a roll up mattress and a couple of old carpets to keep the dust at bay.



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