58 yr. 'younger' in Wichita KS - Family participant since the late 70's - Activist, hippie/biker with Bikers Against Child Abuse, Peace and Social Justice Center in Wichita, Core member of Wichita Kansas MoveOn.org chapter.
Actually grew up in the S.F. Bay Area and the whole Height/Ashbury experience from 1963-69 - hung in Santa Cruz and Santa Clara. Drafted into the war in 1969. Returned to get involved with Vietnam Vets Against the War, worked with David Harris and others. Left for mid-west in the 70's, had kids (2) and many adventures.
Traveled, visited and / or stayed in: Canada, Germany, Turkey, Vietnam, Mexico, Greece, Equador, Costa Rica, Panama. Want to sail the Agean Sea before it's all said and done.
Organic Gaian Buddhist/Pagan/Wiccan spirituality centered, happy in life and love with my fellow traveller Char Kia Rae. IN-2: Yoga, poi spinning, motorcycles, world/national travel, dance, Tantra, weightlifting, gardening, massage, construction, photography and filmmaking, singing and ALL WAYS PEACE AND FREEDOM. Oh - and Pirates...especially PEACE pirates!!!
Currently launching a video memorial tribute service called Timeless Tributes (Jan 2010)
Om Namna Shiva/Blessed Be/Namaste
oh just so ya know, like so many others on here ya got a prob with your website link.. a missing .com
dont feel bad so many use theyre login links or skip a w in www
seems like at least 1/4-1/3 of the links ive tried had pro\blems
or is it like rainbow directions, ya sometimes gotta guess at the missing peices to get it right
sounds good..the director, john is his name right? offered to drop one by my place next time hes in town but said he wasnt sure when that might be...and im moving 2000 miles away on the 8th so kinda doubting he'll get to it in time
hey, even if u could just rip to an iso or any image type i could burn it myself
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