brian hanford wrote:All of them available, and as a brother in the order of the overalls. No worries here we have been pesticide and herbicide free, personal experiences for that. And I have been slowly transitioning the family as much as possible. My wife has grow from a city girl into a full country woman. Our new neighbor is dedicated to the same, we are working to a better future with 5, 10, and 15 year goals. One of the goals was moving to eastern Washington, I have allergies to mold and life and breathing is better there.
Brian Norton wrote:Hi-
If you want to take our Air BnB. On us. Hit me back quick. I need to go block it out.
Terrified to have the Duke and Duchess see my place. But also excited.
I have my living room set up to do presentations on the 60” with stadium seating. So if you wanted to do a talk. We could also fit about 20 folks. Would have to co-ordinate on that.
We are 8 miles south of the airport. Just off I-5.
Brian & Candice
Food Forest Farms
Phone on our site and the google thing.
paul wheaton wrote:
Apparently we are touring a permaculture property with jocelyn's family on saturday the 10th or saturday the 17th. I think it is in redmond. This is an odd arrangement that jocelyn has paid for stuff already. So if anybody wants to go with us you can pay jocelyn with this link. More details when they are available.
brian hanford wrote:I started listening to the podcast at about episode 40 or 50 and listened all to current.
brian hanford wrote:We are located between Brewster and Omak.
Penny Oakenleaf wrote:I've never actually been to Lord's Hill park, that I remember. I might remember wrong when I look it up. I used to go to mommy group meetups in the area when I still used social media in the past.
Lake Tye park in Monroe is right off hwy 2 and SR 522 if it's easier to get to, and there are pavilions with seating that can be booked through the city (I think. I've never needed to do it, so have no clue how to book them). Also no guarantees I can come. I'm flexible, but have some appointments with the kids on the docket I can't miss.
Edited to add: The Lake Tye park pavilions are within line of sight from the playground, so if people have kids who can play without needing to be tethered to their parent every second, they can play while grownups talk. Negative of course is that if you get there during a busy time, the park will be loud!
Nicole Alderman wrote:How about 10:30? Sometimes it takes a while to wrangle kids into the car + transit time....