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I live in Boing! House, Salt Lake City's only infoshop and punk house/community space intended for musicians (travelers and tenants alike), punks, anarchists, freegans, queers, activists, artists, and so on. I decided to live here because I love community, and working together for a worthwhile cause.
We are listed in Slingshot's Radical Directory so if you are radical or punk then hit us up through that resource because the house can host you even if I can't.
Communities built around free and real food have a lot of power, which is why I join the likes thereof. I live for slow food - real food. My house hosts the local Food Not Bombs that occurs every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 11 AM (and you're invited). I work for the local non-profit Real Food Rising as a youth educator because I want others to be self-sustainable, urban survivalists, and community activists.
I help organize the local Free School: alwayslearningslc.wordpress.com
Come to any of the classes/events when you are here, whether or not you are staying with me.
Glean the virtues of everyone, if you can.
Respect life and those in it because we're all connected in one form or another. Ergo, don't harm anything anyone for your personal "success."
Go the extra mile.
Find your confidence and strength.
One person's trash is another's treasure - so stop wasting so much, plese.
Know your potential and have a greater sense of self...don't get caught in our own self.
Seek more, settle less.
Accept your imperfections, limitations, and feeble understanding.
Believe more and respect others.
*Eclectic Mormon, here, so if you want to know more about LDS from a more relaxed perspective then I'm your man.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
CS is a vital network of wonderful people who see the world in such different ways! We need to help one another however we can in order to keep this world a vibrant, living place.
Teach me about your local history, undergrounds scenes, and mass culture & I'll do the same to you if you wannit.
Health & Nutrition & Anthropology
Breaking into places
Music, Movies, and Books
MUSIC///Anything I can dance to: hip-hop, pop, electro, gypsy deathcore, techno, chillwave, experimental. Also, stuff I don't have to dance to: ambient, folk.
BOOKS///Children's fantasy (Chronicles of Narnia & His Dark Materials), field guides (edible plants & mushroom ID's), cook books (The Art of Fermentation & Nourishing Traditions), research journals
MOVIES///mainstream and indie alike
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I lived in beautiful British Columbia, Canada for about a year and a half.
Favorite national park: Glacier National Park in Montana.
Favorite Utah wilderness/park area: Grand Staircase/Escalante Hell's Backbone
I have traveled through Meso America to work with a community in Monteverde, Costa Rica and very cool farmers in Nicoya, Costa Rica and Tzununá, Guatemala. (mostly WWOOFing)
Countries I’ve Visited
Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Canada, United States