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... obvious items, with solar energy and sewage management, say they are meant to allow their owners to live in harmony with the environment. They looked pretty weird and wonderful from the highway, but not so much close up, and we were too cheap to pay an entrance fee!
3. Museum of Taos and Fechin House – the former home of a Russian-American artist, sculptor, designer who lived here in the 1920’s when there was quite an ...
- Left early this morning at eight
- Arrived at Carson National Forest around ten thirty.
- Grabbed gas for $23.78
- Also had five sandwhiches for $16.25 and a water for a dollar.
- Had a light picnic and than was back on the road towards Colorado Springs
... buying lots and building different models of these houses (called Earthships). You have to attend their academy and do courses of study to learn how it all works before you can build your house. You buy a kit house which is mostly built from recycled materials, including old car tyres and glass bottles. You then build it - anywhere in the world if you want. There are houses in all 50 US states, and in many many countries around the world including Australia. The people ...
... community which is awesome! The only plant that grows well here on its own is sagebrush, which is not edible. It is possible to grow a good amount of food year round in the earthships, but if food production was supplemented by food forests it would create a huge abundance of food! It is going to be really exciting to see Mike Reynolds and Sepp Holzer work together to turn this desert into an oasis in the next few years!
... the way in rather tacky camouflage designed paint ball style outfits, very sexy, NOT! Good grief!
I found one place too irresistible not to stop and take a photo and that was a place called Abiquiu Dam. In the middle of all this desert with nothing but rock around the sight of a large body of water makes you pull the car over. I've also popped in a pic of Lake Powell that I took ...