That is exactly what I surmised from his narrative. But, when you read his narrative he has to plug a hole in the bottom of the Kon-Tiki. And, if you look at the pictures carefully, he has constructed some sort of a retainer mechanism on the bottom of the Kon-Tiki to hold the char before spreading on the land. Still, this is a good catch. I will reach out to him to see if this is what he is doing but, he does talk about spreading artificial fertilizer - which I assume means biochar. I posted on Facebook. We will see what he has to say.
On April 26, Dave Muehliesen and his organic gardening class are coming here for a tour and demonstration of the gardens and the kiln and the biochar urinal. Tentatively they are to arrive at 9 AM. And, apparently they are coming from Fort Flagler. Although details have not been solidified, I do not know if they are planning a one day or two day trip from Olympia. Are you available? They have not been quite forthcoming on what their plans are or how long they're going to be here, but we will feed you lunch.