Inn On La Loma
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[Roadside crosses flashing by]
Snowing in Brooklyn - Ferron (If it's snowing in Brooklyn then snow's what we got)
The Pretender - Jackson Browne (Get up and do it again)
[A three legged dog hobbled across the highway in front of me in the town of Moro]
[A sign on a store says: Turn in your guns, the government will take care of you]
Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd
... gorge side white knuckling and gasping at every turn hoping we don't slide off the dirt road or a giant boulder doesn't come toppling off the side of the gorge into my lap. I often wonder if some mountain goats might be up there saying, "Watch me try to hit that car down there." Eeesh. We made it to the bridge where many locals were swimming down the river. We were going to have lunch there but the bugs were annoying. We didn't stay long but it was worth going. ...
... used tires, plastic bottles, glass bottles and beer cans) which makes up the mass of the self sustainable homes. There was a visitors center which allowed one to tour a Earthship Home. We found the homes and the whole project most interesting.
As much as we felt we had entered another world ...
... range coming through to Taos was really high and really cold! So many trees and vegetation, at some points it was just like travelling in the hills of B.C. Totally unexpected! Loving that there is not much traffic – at some times we have the highway to ourselves for long periods of time. Makes for great sightseeing, and we don’t get slowed down. We came through towns Cortez, CO., Shiprock and Farmington, ...
... 10/hr is not a reasonable way to raise funds to start a build. Most people are not commited enough to the idea of living self sustainably to leave school and work a monotonous job to pay for it. Resources will have to come from a group or institution that is established and has a vested interest in creating autonomous, permaculture based, and spiritually energized communities. There are a growing number of groups that connect with that idea, the challenge is, convincing them we have a group ...