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... along the well traveled paths that snake off from the main stretch of road. Words can't even describe how massive these trees are! We have all seen the pictures of the car driving through the redwood tree but I don't even think that does it justice! They are massive and sometimes hard to put into perspective when taking photos of them...take a look at ours!! Forgive us as we try to be ...
... could then use their profits to purchase their own property and utilise other members to help them fix it up. Everyone shared skills and tools and the project flourished until the housing market crash. When they sold all remaining properties and cashed everyone out of the cooperative. Terry had created a time exchange without knowing it. We talked more about the work we do at the buszy, my one major concern about all of the successful Timebanks I have seen is that ...
... it into my car. I high-tail it back down the road, passing the stream that had caused me such a headache the night before, now being innocently played in by a couple kids, almost to mock me. Needless to say I enjoyed the descent down the mountain a lot more without the fear of uncertainty and of my safety. I have learned the valuable lesson of doing at least some research to where I'm traveling and the limits of my four-wheeled compadre.
Much love, Patrick (and ...
... Bryce Canyon National Park
Best Hike: into The Narrows slot canyon at Zion National Park
Best Destination on a hike: The Calf Creek waterfall hike
Best Camper amenities at a campground: Ruby’s Inn campground at Bryce Canyon
Most disappointing park: (tie) Kodachrome Basin State Park or Escalante Petrified Forest
Most expensive campground: Carpinteria State Beach at $65 a night (but the beer ...
... in the afternoon, the sun was streaming in through the door and the breezes were flowing. I got a little sad to see my last afternoon here. We bottled 116 bottles today. They make extra virgin, cold press oils that sell for $40. And we WWOOFers cook with the stuff every night! After the lemon olive oil we bottled some regular. We blasted some Grateful Dead in the afternoon. I went and checked on the progress in the garden and did a few minutes of pitchforking. It was ...