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Earthships certainly do not look like traditional houses from the east coast, nor do they function in the same way. They are quirky, extremely labor intensive, produce a measurable amount of waste during the building phase and require maintenance that … Continue reading
Driving across the country has made the time adjustment absolutely painless. Each morning I see the things we only imagine of in New York. This entry will be mostly pictures presented in chronological order.
Before I get into my cross country trip, it is important to recognize that we no longer live in Samoa. I haven’t even logged into wordpress since we left in late 2012. I was shocked this morning to see that … Continue reading
In almost all of the material we have read about Samoan culture, there is always a section on family land. The matai breaks up the land for each person in the family to farm as they see fit. So, in … Continue reading
In SIX WEEKS, Dave and I will be meeting the rest of our cohort in Los Angeles before flying off to Samoa. It’s about time – we’ve been looking forward to it since the day last March when our Peace … Continue reading
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