Hemp building blocks! Exciting possibility for our eventual home.
Well I need to load some more cannabis and write up some of the thoughts I've got running in my head.
Well pretty awesome possibilities here and definitely I'm seeing quite a bit of potential.
This would definitely be a fun project and of course I could start scaling things to even larger projects.
Yep start small and start building a little bit and then prep a little bit larger space next to it and then after that complete a medium sized spot and then after that hopefully I could be looking at a pretty large section.
Sweet well having something that's fireproof is really nice.
As well getting things set up around that entire aquaponics system that I've got going in my brain.
Definitely want to be able to grow massive amounts of food year round.
And it definitely would be really nice to be able to have the thermal insulation from the ground. Definitely excited about that.
Well we are just working on leveraging what we have because if right now theoretically I have enough for one acre of land which would be enough for us to have housing as well as a really big garden...
Well then leveraging that over the course of this next year and doing what we can to blog trade invest and just grow grow...
Well I am sure that we are looking at quite a bit more closer to a goal of being able to afford that acre of land as well as all of the permits as well as then building materials as well as labor is going to be...
I'm not sure I can rely on puppy dog too correctly dig that drain field although he definitely would help dig randomly....
Let alone fencing and then more animals.
Even though I've got an entire zoo in a single dog.
Definitely some interesting idea hemp blocks to build with.
Well if they are so good to build with maybe they might end up being something that I could build on my own after the first little bit. Yep that would definitely be pretty cool.
Getting the plastic inserts wouldn't be that difficult. And maybe it might be cheaper for me to grow my own stems and then just process and get a bunch of lime.