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House site from tanks.jpg

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back of house site2.jpg
back of house site862 viewsThis shows how the house site was excavated and some of the excavated material placed on the top of the hill. The mound runs east-west and in mid-winter the sun shines over the top (just). So I have a north exposure even though the site is on the south side of the hill.
House site from tanks.jpg
House site from proposed tank location951 viewsThe small piece of wall is an experiment with formed earth. No foundation, not properly mixed but it's only a bit eroded after five years
N side of mound.jpg
North side of mound881 viewsLooking south the mound is not very high compared with the impression from the other side.
mound top.jpg
Top of mound above house site948 viewsThe picture is deceptive, The ground is actually quite flat and 3 metres wide. The black tank is the header tank for irrigation water. The green tank holds 500 gallons of rain water.

Last additions - LanceCollins's Gallery
House site from tanks.jpg
House site from proposed tank location951 viewsThe small piece of wall is an experiment with formed earth. No foundation, not properly mixed but it's only a bit eroded after five yearsMar 20, 2006
N side of mound.jpg
North side of mound881 viewsLooking south the mound is not very high compared with the impression from the other side.Mar 20, 2006
back of house site2.jpg
back of house site862 viewsThis shows how the house site was excavated and some of the excavated material placed on the top of the hill. The mound runs east-west and in mid-winter the sun shines over the top (just). So I have a north exposure even though the site is on the south side of the hill.Mar 20, 2006
mound top.jpg
Top of mound above house site948 viewsThe picture is deceptive, The ground is actually quite flat and 3 metres wide. The black tank is the header tank for irrigation water. The green tank holds 500 gallons of rain water.Mar 20, 2006