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Elk, meet elf. Elf, meet elk.

One of my favorite parts of this drive is the region around Elk Meadows; the beautiful animals are nearly always sure to be seen. I admit to usually not staying in my car (as a woodland creature I really shouldn’t … Continue reading

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On the way to the Redwoods

I’ve done the drive from Crescent City to the Trinity Redwoods more times than I can count, so I zipped through this part fairly quickly.  There are a slew of roadside attractions marking entry to Redwood country, and they continue … Continue reading

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PICS: Cob home at Full Bloom Farms in Applegate, OR

It’s quite absurd that a cob home offers no “value”, at least as recognized by property values… even moreso when one considers the immense true value they possess. The folks at Full Bloom Farms did an amazing jobs envisioning and … Continue reading

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farm

I arrived back on the family farm, from the Ashland/Applegate trip, as the snows hit the west coast.  Which makes me sad, as I missed the snow that hit Ashland/Applegate hours after I left… and though Portland got snow, the … Continue reading

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There is no lacking

Whilst working like a Wonka-ite… to pay for the travels about to come… I realized how happy I was that, for the last half year at least, I have been acting as if the world is full of all that … Continue reading

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Arcata bound…. the ocean.

Part of what I loved about Mendocino, as one of the places I’ve spent some time on my travels, was that it was right next to the ocean.  Even though it was cold, and not the Islands… I still could … Continue reading

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The benefits of traveling

One of my favorite things about not having to stay in the same home/city/spot the whole time…  …is how I get to see so many ways of life, so many belief systems, so many different perspectives… beyond just an individual … Continue reading

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