Not sure who put it here, but this game was appreciated on a gloomy day, on a road which is very empty these days. I was feeling Meh until I moved to the Cha-cha box and danced among the bees! Thank you, chalk-fairy, whoever you are!
We humans bring our backgrounds and baggage to whatever communities we find ourselves in – whether that’s a workplace, spiritual or activist, or even a book group. This is especially true in co-housing, as our very intention is to build community by interacting more closely with our neighbors than in a traditional neighborhood. We join… [Read More]
A short description of cohousing: People living together in neighborhoods designed for community interaction and personal privacy. Now with social distancing, we need to be more creative, but are finding ways to stay connected. A few quotes from folks living in cohousing: “…both momentous and ordinary.” “…fun, cooperative, friendly, challenging, supportive, thrifty, sometimes annoying, but… [Read More]
Ben Brock Johnson’s NPR article about cohousing
This was first published in January 2013. We’ve doubled in size since our first master plan charrette, now it’s time to revisit again in 2016. Andrew Rebelo (far left) led the continued discussion. Renewing the Vision
Liam’s Renewing the Vision Katywil presentation from 2012
Who we are continued…
Busy as we all are, we’re taking time to take in these beautiful summer days. More pics…
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