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Note: My good buddy Mark left a comment on my last post, and, though I intended to write a short reply to him, what came out is what you see below! I think there’s a reason I’ve been loving my … Continue reading
But tonight just seems like a good night to get back to the writing. Somehow, a whole summer has now passed since I last took a moment to jot down my thoughts, and as the days keep passing, more keeps … Continue reading
Access to wordpress has been granted, but time is limited! Suffice to say for now, this is the view from where I’m sleeping: And these are the folks I’ve been spending my time with: Normally they’re less blurry 😉 Than … Continue reading
Please read that title with this tune in mind. I can’t even begin to express how full my time in Portland thus far has been. The basic breakdown of each day has been something like this: 8:00 – Wake up, … Continue reading
There is so much I want to reflect on after our second day of village building class here in Portland. I am going to start at what feels like the end, and see what ends up getting woven in as … Continue reading
Well I’ve learned my lesson – a week is just too much to pack into one post! I shall do my best though. Three big things to share: 1) We’ve got a second greenhouse on the verge of completion! And … Continue reading
I want to start by saying thank you. Thank you to everyone who has been there to listen and to offer their support and guidance as I’ve made my way through the many mullings that have led me to Berkeley … Continue reading
The pallet beds are primed and ready. The seeds have been planted, and the starts started. The fruit trees have been grafted. The landscaping fabric has been laid out. The chicken coop is ripe for the clucking. After three months, … Continue reading
This past weekend, fully inspired by Thursday’s concert, I had the pleasure of venturing up to Davis California for the first time to play guitar as a member of “The Bearded Ladies” – and band composed of good friends from … Continue reading