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take it all in and then let go of it
I am constantly moving back and forth between urban and rural environments. My earliest memories take place on the family farm where i grew up and i still take just as much pleasure digging in the dirt now as i did then. I love rural environments because i like to live simply, i like doing things from scratch. But i also feel drawn to cities - to museums, to street art, to libraries,to colliding cultures and ideas.
It is in your self-interest to find a way to be tender.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Rather than staying in a hostel and just wandering around main streets, Couchsurfing brings you into the orbit of interesting, friendly folks who give you a whole new view of a city.
The best way to travel!
planting seeds and compost in all its forms, environmental activism, cooperatives, women's and peasant movements.
i like folk art, insects, bicycles, treehouses, bee hives, frozen eyelashes in wintertime, bonfires, sewing, board games, mountains, the ocean, experimenting and triumphing, experimenting and trying again.
- street art
- board games
Music, Movies, and Books
Books: Roald Dahl, Tolstoy, David Mitchell, Farley Mowat.
Music: Joanna Newsom, Islands, Bjork, Wolf Parade, The Books, Akron/Family, Bill Callahan.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
All manner of food harvesting and preservation: from farms to boats to dumpsters. I like to eat almost as much as i love a good adventure.
Teach, Learn, Share
I want to learn more herbal remedies, languages, agricultural skills, beekeeping, bicycle powered machines, handicrafts, graffiti, etc.
What I Can Share with Hosts
i can teach fermenting, sprouting, canning and many other food related things. i know some things about raising animals, carpentry, butchery, bikes, herbal medicine, DIY printing/self publishing, etc.
Countries I’ve Visited
Germany, Hungary, India, Nepal, Scotland, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In