Way to go Kelda! I've been to most of the workshops now and I have to say that this one was the best. By far, the best organized. BY FAR! You really created some instant, cool community there. I wish the other workshops had half the good vibe that you pulled together with this one.
I still have fond memories of this event and can't say how greatful I am to kelda for putting it together. I also have some terrible news which I feel I must share. This month Laila died. She is/was the woman in the right front row of the group picture. I will miss her in ways I cannot convey, but I know this event gave her a great deal of pleasure and happiness. It also helped us shape how we looked at land. It was only a few weeks ago she looked at our bay area hills and thought we should have swales and ponds along them to solve our own water issues, and I know this event made that conversation possible.
I hope Mick and Vicky are doing well, I have not forgotten their generosity one day. Laila and I had planned to return and see them until her illness. Anyway thanks again Kelda, your efforts touched us both.
When all four tires fall off your canoe, how many tiny ads does it take to build a doghouse?
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