David Keas
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Kay Bolin left a comment for David Keas
"Hi neighbor!I’m writing all members of Transition California from Los Osos!  We’re having the first meeting (and potluck) for persons interested in a new time bank in Los Osos.  THURSDAY February 9, 2012: start-up potluck…"
Jan 23, 2012
David Keas and Kay Bolin are now friends
Dec 16, 2010
David Keas left a comment for Vicki Karlan
"Re: Solar dehydrator I built a prototype using sheet of glass inclinded over a 3.5" chamber which contained anodized aluminum screen.  The hot air flowed up to a dehydrating chamber which was also a glass window that opened to put in…"
Dec 15, 2010
Vicki Karlan left a comment for David Keas
"Hi,   Would love to learn more about your recommendations for a solar dehydrator if you use one?"
Dec 15, 2010
David Keas and Dandarius are now friends
Dec 14, 2010
David Keas is now a member of Transition California
Nov 27, 2010

Profile Information

How might your current work contribute to the Transition movement?
Green Designer for residential and solar.
In what ways do you personally identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
Solar enthusiast (cooking, drying, heating).
What background and skills do you bring to this community?
Skilled at inventing new tools, processes
Your Personal Website (if you have one)
http://lowcosthouseplan.com
What aspects of the Transition Town movement most interests you?
Lowering house hold expenses
Your Favorite Books/Websites/Blogs/RSS Feeds for Information about the Transition Movement
www.transitionnetwork.org

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At 10:19pm on January 23, 2012, Kay Bolin said…

Hi neighbor!

I’m writing all members of Transition California from Los Osos!  We’re having the first meeting (and potluck) for persons interested in a new time bank in Los Osos.  

THURSDAY February 9, 2012: start-up potluck dinner, hosted by People Helping People at the Los Osos Community Center, Palisades Ave, Los Osos.
 
Doors open at 5 pm to meet other members interested in the Hour Exchange and to try out the computer software.
 
Dinner begins at 6 pm. We will talk about "Time Banks" and answer questions after the dinner, and have more time to try the software individually.
 
BRING YOUR OWN PLATE, UTENSILS, CUP. Please  bring a dish to share at the pot luck and if you eventually join the Hour Exchange, YOU WILL EARN AND HOUR CREDIT.  Also, if you bring an internet-capable laptop you will earn another hour credit.

RSVP  805-439-2081 or CentralCoastHourExchange@gmail.com.

We are now on FaceBook!  Find us by searching for “Central Coast Hour Exchange”, and then click “like”!

Kay Bolin

At 7:24am on December 15, 2010, Vicki Karlan said…

Hi,

 

Would love to learn more about your recommendations for a solar dehydrator if you use one?

At 8:27pm on December 14, 2010, Dandarius said…

Hi David and welcome to the Transition California Community!  Please let us know if you need any help navigating this network.  There is a here Renewable Energy Group on this network that you may be interested in checking into.  Thank you for joining us!

Cheers

Dandarius

 
 
 

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