• Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build
  • Gatsal Clay Oven Build

Gatsal Clay Oven Build

One of my many to-do lists (extra crazy now that I can manage them with an app on my iPod!) is titled Learn & Do, and one of the items on it is to build a clay oven. Recently Jhamtse Gatsal had a rad volunteer here, who knows a bit about natural building, and who jumped right in to build a sweet clay oven for the Community.

And I totally missed that boat. It was a busy month for my projects, and I didn’t help out with the oven-building nearly as much as I could’ve/should’ve/wanted to. Oh well, I guess it will stay on my list of things to learn and do.

But I did still want to show off how cool Kate is, and this sweet oven we now have to bake in! It’s beautiful, no? Thanks for being awesome, Kate.

More pictures and write-ups by Kate and Raju, one of the students who was a super helping hand through the whole process, are posted over on the Gatsal blog. Go give them a thumbs up!