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... the bridge and continued on to Cloverdale, Ca. KOA. Now, most KOA's are pretty close to the highway, but not this one! It was a gorgeous drive through big trees and lots of wineries. Up the side of a big hill to spectacular views.
We took the dogs for a walk and met a man that asked if we like beer. I pointed at Mike and said he does. It turned out that they were filming a show in the park (yes in the middle of wine country) all about people and their ...
... are all either working for free or earning a lot less than a part time wage (usually because they have managed to secure a small local grant). I got to talk to Terry and Lara about some of the social enterprises and incomes streams we have created within Make a Difference to help us to to become self funding. For me it's essential that the Timebanks start to look at income revenues too if they are to become truly sustainable. The most obvious one is to start ...
... As the name implies we saw fat ones:
The road is small and we drove past tall, big trees. I cannot say more or describe it better. It is just breathtaking. We couldn't decide which tree is higher and more beautiful.
Tree- huggers would have a big problem here :-)
24th October - Crescent City
The weather man said storm is coming. He was right. Nonetheless, ...
... and places could even be rated. Going to a culturally rich place like say Italy might boost your score by more than say a trip to Eritrea.
It might not be as important an indicator as others, but one whose understanding does have some measurable level of merit. Money could be made and countries might benefit from the increase in competitiveness to rate higher on the list.
It would all be tied into passports and yet another industry ...
Yesterday was summer and got up to 75 degrees. I stared feeling a little better in the morning. We all pruned for six hours, except for Jen, who worked with Holly in the office and in the garage making up a new sleeping space for WWOOFers. We all tend to prune in the same area, with occassional banter and lots of iTunes. The morning session was 10:00 to 1:30. Lunch was peanut butter, banana sandwiches and chips and salsa with Nicole's guacamole. The afternoon ...