A year ago, Eric and I were married in the Tamang Tradition in Lura, at my brother Lakpa’s house…. I received these photos from Nima Bai, our brother in Kopan ( Kathmandu) on the anniversary of our wedding.. there are of the work, now completed, to bring water from a spring above Roshi, to the Community Forest Building and future Greenhouse.
Thank you to the Frolec family, and the Gallagher-Roberts family, for their financial contribution to the project! ( All six were members of the last Well Being Well Doing Trek to Lura and region, in October 2014)
Next: raising funds for a greenhouse and permaculture teacher training in Salleri! 🙂
Trek details HERE
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Summer read: Musings on our wedding anniversary time at Bridgewater Bay…
There is something very precious about watching the mood of the Great Southern Ocean hour after hour, day after day. Feeling at one with it and the entire universe. No interference from other human vibrations, just Eric and I, unison, and the land of fluidity.
There are wind generators on the Western horizon, in from Cape Bridgewater.
It is the first time I see them, I haven’t been this way since the days of Lawrence of Arabia, in the nineties. The four hour long movie epic was on at the Horsham Cinema. After seeing it, someone had said “Let’s go to the Dunes!” So the lot of us movie goers – Arapiles residents had packed our backpacks, poured in our cars at the midnight hour, floated to Discovery Bay, and trekked across the coastal dunes to the dawn of an silver ocean.
Sitting here, in front of the same ocean, I am re discovering the art of allowing, a reminder that too long in one place can stifle inspiration.
I make myself at home again with the salty wind and the forever waves, with the minimalist landscape and the power of space.
A world away from our summer scorched land.
Time and Space,
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