|My daughter and I at the zoo|
We have joined a couple of sustainability and homesteading groups on Facebook. We are interested in moving into a communal homestead. We have actually found one that sounds great to me. I'ts all the way at the tip top of Maine. They grow their own food and raise livestock. It sounds awesome, but the only problem is that Heather is a chiropractor. Getting a chiropractors license in Maine is a major pain in the ass. Otherwise the place is perfect. It's even run by pagans which means we don't have to worry about having religious conflicts with our neighbors.
Over the next couple of years I'm going to be in school (I start next month). Who knows, maybe we'll find a nice community to move to and get out of the city before I finish my degree. In any case things will get real interesting from here. I will continue to find time to do some blogs, hopefully more often than I've been doing lately. It's very difficult to get a blog written when you have a 10 month old trying to bang on the keyboard while you are writing. Until next time.