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Adobe Building Instructions Step 1: Floor Plan 1-Although you can design your own home, you may need an architect to help get you through the final touches of your floor plan if you need to be permitted. Make sure everyone … Continue reading
Sustainable Building Concepts part 1 Yarnell, AZ was full of cool green believers. Thursday at the garden we met Leah and Chuck and received an invitation to visit their adobe home that they had built. I have no idea … Continue reading
I love the idea of community. I believe that sustainability starts in the home and then the second level of sustainable evolution incorporates community. As individuals or family units we can become completely independent by building our own sustainable housing, … Continue reading
One of the concepts of sustainability is to eat both what grows locally and in season. It’s the beginning of May in Arizona and we have been eating lots of cactus. Some of the amazing things about cactus are that a few … Continue reading
Several of our resting spots along the road are hosts we found through www.warmshowers.org. It is a wonderful site where you can network with other cyclists and find a place to rest during your travels. I contacted Wayne Pinkerton through this site … Continue reading
This adventure has been filled with wonderful people, daily challenges and constant learning. One of the most inspiring things along our journey are the young farmers we have met. I think my favorite story is about a four year old named Adrian. All … Continue reading
the goats Yesterday we spent a beautiful afternoon at Wild Willows Farm and Educational Center in San Diego CA. It was about six and a half acres of scenic serenity. We parked next to a beautiful thriving orange … Continue reading
During our first week we interviewed three farmers, met and stayed with numerous wonderful people, and shared ideas and dreams with all of them. The goals are common, healing, surviving, striving, sustaining. It is such a relief to see so … Continue reading
One of the hugest factors in sustainability is eliminating the shipping pollution and inefficiency as much as possible. Most of the produce we get in a typical grocery store has been picked long before it is ripe, boxed up … Continue reading