My wife and I live with our beautiful son in rural Alabama on 30 wonderful acres. We love it here and are quite blessed. I have been going to gatherings since 1993 (Alabama national that changed my life!) and have been a focalizer here since 1994. Jennifer's first national was New Mexico '09
to get there from Roseburg, take Hwy 138/Crater Lake Hwy East toward Crater Lake. Dry Creek is at mile marker 49. Just as you go over creek on hwy past the store you will take a left onto Illahee Rd. Go past first Driveway on right that is clearly marked. Take the next Road on the RIGHT. This will take you to the Gazebo and Illahee Flat.
There is a large meadow to camp on. There is a log built privey. Bring TP. Bring Water. Bring Food. Bring Your Musical instruments!
Please bring Warm clothing and plenty of Blankets!
Hot Springs just a few miles up the road and a short hike in.
Hey! We are a well and happy couple; and grow more and more frustrated with this house and efforts to leave. What's new, is we have a Sister staying with us. I don't think you know Deb (Country Pagan on RFG and facebook), but she's full of light and love: Family.
Zen told me the problems you had with Irene. Hope you have resolved most; and have a home to live in still! I loved our weekend with you; and hope to stay in better touch! Really want to watch your progress turning your land into what you want it to be.
AL has greatest diversity of water fauna in the US. Cool.
I know this eco-group well, since it started. They have a rep for being bold; radical; and driven. One of the small orgs that gets a lot done with little money. Them and Sea Shepard are my faves. Not trying to solicit!; just wanted to share this little piece about AL.
I want to watch Madame Tutli Putli again. I hope to watch it with someone because it's fun to share that way. I'm sure I would be proud if that were my work. I saw it was honored in Cannes in '07. Wow.
I appreciate your finding Amy Morris' site for me. I think you got my link to the blog where I attributed her to the photo. I also put a link on her web page so she can see what I've done. Also, now when someone asks me about the pic, I can just link them to by blog.
The desert photo, is beautiful. At first I would guess Utah, but the balloons make me want to say New Mexico.
How are things in Alabama? Are you dry like Texas?
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