John King and Jeff.
Juan, a leader and one of the brothers from Durango.
Pete and Laurel, 2 new friends from Cabarette/Los Barilles considering building a dome home.
Kate with Josh and Dave Martin. Dave was an original Hootenanny I member, as well.
Blas, a great carpenter and brother from Durango. Just engaged to be married Dec 10!
The crew relaxing during a break.
AnnG, on her birthday.
Celebrating the Bedroom Dome on Saturday eve, Nov 19.
The WolfMan, Wolfe.
Sarah, the professional coach.
Kate Tweddale, the "lady of the domes"
What a perfect team, we accomplished great things!
Eli Tweddale, tamper extraordinaire
Adrian, rocking the cement mixer when needed.
Josh filling with a shovel. We tried many approaches to most efficient fill, settling on a pattern after the first day.
The Durango boys with Susan and Wolfie.
Juan, the eldest of the Durango brothers, finding level
Mickey, my neighbor and new friend, lending a strong hand on many days.
Gomez, also known as 'Chiapas' because this is where he hails, though his family is in Ensenada.
John Kling, keeping the tamp rhythm...
Jesus, the 2nd eldest of the Durango brothers who married a Boca de Alamo lady, so is now local.
Susan and Wolfie, came from Hull (outside of Boston) and brought amazing energy!
John King liked this work...maybe a future dome for the Harrington Kings?
Dave Martin, my brother in life, business, and dome building!
The longest term earth builders I know - the Tweddales!
Raul, from Guerrero who loves heights :-)
Amy Hartwell, an RPCV and friend from BioFiltro
Teresa, my neighbor and first female Catholic priest I've ever met.
Scott Hartwell, a friend from BioFiltro
Kate rocking the earth to make her nest :-)
Ceasar (from Guerrero)
Andres, plastering craftsman from Oaxaca
Benito, plaster craftsman from Oaxaca
Sauli, craftsman from Guerrero. Cesar's uncle.
Cesar, craftsman from Guerrero. Sauli's nephew.
Jovani, El Cardonal plumber