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To co-create a vibrant, fun sustainable community which spirals toward higher consciousness and ecstatic connection!
Easygoing, environmental, and empathetic (perhaps to a fault). I like to do things alone, and really like to do things with people. I enjoy seriousness and humor, exertion and rest, water and good beer. I love an adventure. My mind is perilously open. I am seeking to know myself truly and hide nothing.
To live deliberately, and love unconditionally.
Life is both long and short, so seize the day and never hurry.
I am a product of my genes and environment, with full responsibility for everything I experience.
Life means only what I make it mean. Or 42. Not quite sure on that one.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Ready to surf with gratitude and respect.
So far, wonderful! I now have really rad friends in Melbourne, Australia!
Permaculture, soil, plants, water, healing, making things by hand, music, cooking, reading, bicycles, hiking/walking in nature, climbing trees, surfing, found object art, mandolin, bit of philosophy, conversation, silence, growing a living community.
- rock climbing
- earth science
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies: Adaptation, Eternal Sunshine, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Music: it starts with the blues and goes in so many directions...
Books: Stranger in a Strange Land, The Hitchhikers's Guide to the Galaxy, Crime and Punishment, The Golden Compass, The Lorax
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Burning Man '09 '010 & '11. The temple burn grips my heart every time.
Teach, Learn, Share
Teach: Soil & Earth Science, intro to many art forms, how to create appropriate technologies, various permaculture topics, "american english", herbal medicine basics.
Learn: to heal chronic pain, drawing, Tai Chi, craftsman's arts and skills, botany, wilderness survival, other languages, serenity.
Countries I’ve Visited
Cambodia, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Laos, Mexico, Thailand
Countries I’ve Lived In