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[Cob] Cob Touring

Georgie Donais georgie at
Thu Oct 16 08:45:07 CDT 2008


You are in the right place to see cob! For example, Portland is full 
of it, and there are prob plenty of people on this list who can tell 
you specifically where to go. (Think abt attending next year's 
Village Building Convergence in May; you'll get plenty of cob there. 
Info abt last year's at

Also, you can check out FireWorks Restaurant in Corvallis, just down 
the road from you: They have an amazing 
gigantic cob oven there, and also appears to have excellent food.


At 01:40 AM 10/16/2008, Nick Walton wrote:

>The four of us are very interested in seeing,  /feeling,/ touching,
>smelling some cob projects, finished and unfinished alike.  So I'm
>trying to put together a cob tour for the four of us.  We don't want to
>bother anyone or over run you, we just want to meet some people who have
>some experience(s) with this thing that we love from afar.  We live
>outside Salem, OR, and realistically would want to travel within a
>hundred and fifty miles or so of there, but we're hoping to find several
>places and people to visit in a two or three day tour.