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[Cob] community college classesYun Que yunk88 at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 28 06:25:16 PDT 2004
Cat here, check around for local groups that do volunteer work around the community. Some churches do this. My sister joined Hud. It's hands on work building and remodeling, sheetrock, ect. You may be able to learn allot more by doing this than sitting in a classroom. It also will give you a great idea what you like to do and what you don't! With these groups you get allot of different things and you can choose your time to be there. for the good of all C. >From: "''' '''" <ataraktos at hotmail.com> >To: coblist at deatech.com >Subject: [Cob] community college classes >Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 09:44:41 -0400 > >with a future owner-built cob home in mind, i'd like to take some >community college classes. i'm reading 'the hand sculpted house' and >the authors keep emphasizing "skill" - unfortunately, i don't have >very much! at least, not in terms of any kind of building >experience. i can drive a straight nail (90% of the time) but that's >about it ... > >so, i was wondering if anyone had any input on what would be the >most useful types of classes? the nearest community college has >welding, carpentry, electrical, pipefitting and masonry ... i'm sure >all of the courses would be useful, in some ways, since building a >cob house (with electricity) demands all of these skills (and >probably many more). i don't have the money to afford comprenhensive >study of all of them, however, and am wondering which one(s) may >give the maximum benefit after taking a class or two. most of the >course descriptions indicate the classes are focused on industrial >environments. > >i'd also plan to attend a workshop before delving into cob building >(at least on a large scale), but i'm sure the more general stuff i >knew beforehand, the more i'd benefit from a workshop. > >_________________________________________________________________ >Stop worrying about overloading your inbox - get MSN Hotmail Extra >Storage! >http://join.msn.com/?pgmarket=en-us&page=hotmail/es2&ST=1/go/onm00200 362ave/direct/01/ > > >_______________________________________________ >Coblist mailing list >Coblist at deatech.com >http://www.deatech.com/mailman/listinfo/coblist _________________________________________________________________ Lose those love handles! MSN Fitness shows you two moves to slim your waist. References 1. http://g.msn.com/8HMAENUS/2743??PS=
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