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Shows images of the straw bale wall raising process

 	  Dipped bales lying out for partial drying
Dipped bales lying out for partial drying
 	  View of a partial dry stacked bale wall
View of a partial dry stacked bale wall
 South East Corner of House
South East Corner of House
Volunteers in action!
Volunteers in action!
View of North East corner
View of North East corner
The dipping process 1
The dipping process 1
The dipping process 2
The dipping process 2
 	  Stabilizing the stacked bale wall with stakes
Stabilizing the stacked bale wall with stakes
 	  Client and Architect mixing Cob
Client and Architect mixing Cob
Placing the dipped bales out for partial drying
Placing the dipped bales out for partial drying
Dipped bales are heavy!
Dipped bales are heavy!
Pre fitting of undipped bales
Pre fitting of undipped bales
 	  View of East gable wall from interior
View of East gable wall from interior
Undipped and Dipped Strawbale Wall
Undipped and Dipped Strawbale Wall
 	  Dipped bales stacked into position
Dipped bales stacked into position
After Action Satisfaction!
After Action Satisfaction!
 
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