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Spencer Bailey
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Farewell Puebla, Good Luck Gardeners
The Seaside Ruins of Tulum   June 22nd, Puebla - After
six great months in Mexico, staying in Mexico City, Puebla, Oaxaca
and traveling for two weeks in the Yucatan, my visa is finally
expiring and I'm heading back to Canada just in time for the glorious
Va...

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Weather Extremes Perplex the Plants
Hail storms in cactus country! May 15th, Puebla - A lot of gardening is simply trial and error to find out what works
best under the particular conditions on your patch. The effects of
the rooftop's exposure to the elements continues to surprise me. A
recen...

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All Hands On Rooftop
With a surprising dry April so far and
no rain in over two weeks, things have been heating up on the
rooftop. But the heat hasn't slowed us down. The Dadas have returned
from the last detox retreat, most hands are on deck around the house
and collaboration ...

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All Hands On Rooftop
With a surprising dry April so far and
no rain in over two weeks, things have been heating up on the
rooftop. But the heat hasn't slowed us down. The Dadas have returned
from the last detox retreat, most hands are on deck around the house
and collaboration ...

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Structure, Soil and SIPs
Puebla,
April 6th - Just over a month has passed and the roof is slowly
coming alive, the different components piecing themselves together,
and the entire space lending itself nicely to exercises in visioning
and brainstorming things to come. This first pha...

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Structure, Soil and SIPs
Puebla, April 6th - Just over a month has passed and the roof is slowly coming alive, the different components piecing themselves together, and the entire space lending itself nicely to exercises in visioning and brainstorming things to come. This first pha...

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A Promising Beginning
North Thompson River from Westsyde March
10 th , Puebla – Kamloops, British Columbia, the town where I was born, is around 100,000 people in the semi-arid desert valleys that
lie 4 hours inland from the Pacific Coast. In Canada, there are few
ecosystems of ...

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