This is a fun and interesting event. You'll learn a lot and enjoy the environment of the Hostel in the Forest. Workshops will include: Botany 101 presentation, Wild Foods/Medicines walk, Super Food preparation presentation Botanical Beach WalkFermentation Overview: with Honey Mead Making and sharing Botanical slide shows: of various parts of the world including Latin America, Africa and Europe.This is a very popular class and fills…See More
A ST. AUGUSTINE CELEBRATION OF MUSIC!Featuring hundreds of performances by local, regional and national artists at multiples venues around St. Augustine, Florida!Sept 15, 16 & 17 / Sept 22, 23 & 24TICKETSAll concert events are free and open to the public! No tickets needed for entry!See More
Mycol: "Whenever I travel to and fro the mountains, I take with me my pressure cooker. Here is some of my cinnamon I grew in Sarasota (dried and powdered bark), preserved Berkleys and chicken shroom, and…See More
"Sure they have stoves! Every one of them has a dozen stoves. Make up your mind about that broad. Don’t let her tan your balls and make a wallet out of them. Just tell her to take a flying at the moon, and tell her you’re going down to Big Sur to let your soul… Continue
Hey Mike - it was wonderful to meet you and share a "Texas-sized breakfast". I cant wait to see what might come from you visit in Portland...maybe setting up shop:). Anyway, thanks for your kindness and genuine spirit!
Hi Mike, thanks for sending me that article. I realised the situation was getting pretty bad, but not to that extent. I have a BBC news app on my phone that is my main source of news at the moment, and there is a section specific to Latin America, but none of this has even had a mention. Just goes to show that even large, international news sources are following the Correa line, which is appalling.
It's hard to believe how far its escalated. I fell in love with Ecuador when I was there and its awful to see what's happening to it. Not sure what we can do to help other than trying to make more people aware?
Hi Mike! I know, our Galapagos trip really was wonderful wasn't it? It's such a shame what's happening there at the moment, to think that the next generation might not get to see what we did. What horrifies me the most is how little the world seems to care, it's been a week and still not even a mention in any of the news here.
Hopefully we can get some support behind the Galapagenos!
Thanks for sharing this page with me, it looks like an interesting space, but it might take me a while to figure out how to use it properly! :P
Several years ago a gathering of international stone masons met in Barre Vt for a weeklong symposium. I'm standing under an arch built by a novice so I couldn't wait for the race which started under the arch to begin.
Building walls without mortar is my new passion. The long standing passion that brought me to this site is bicycling. Are there any cycle savvy members here?
Hey brother! I joined this crazy site just to try to tell you about Nahko's tuning for "Black as the Night"....it is OPEN D DADF#AD and then just strum the drone open, and use an E shape for the other main chord. Watch his hands in the vid once you tune to Open D and you'll grasp it real quick. Let me know if you have questions! I BELIEVE IN THE GOOD THINGS COMIN'....