Thursday, March 31, 2005

dinner out

dahi

Z and I just got back from dinner with Myra and Steffi at Dahi’s house (pictured above). It was quite an unusual experience. Dahi has lived many lives, in one of which he was a mineral and crystal dealer/ buyer. Here he is showing us his stones. An interesting and uplifting evening! It never ceases to amaze me how many unique personalities you get to interact with while traveling. It was very generous of him to have us.

Today Z and I were off work – and spent much of the day doing chores and catching up with some online-work. Z is working on a new website for Myra and we spent part of the day taking pictures of the farm to put online.

labyrinth2

Although this probably will not make the final cut for the website, I thought some of you might enjoy a picture of the labyrinth’s progression. They were mixing concrete, molding it and setting it all day. They are about a quarter of the way finished. I cannot wait to see the final product. KAG – I am sure that you can have one put in your yard if you really wanted to!

3 Comments:

Blogger Mom said...

Whoa! Just the thing to eliminate mowing almost entirely - would I be in violation of any zoning regs I wonder? Should I suggest that Dad and I so it as a "date" alternative? I have a feeling that would not be on the top of his list priority-wise. Looks very cool. They look not like concrete but more like the patio around our pool. Is there a glaze you put over the finished product? I really like the effect. Cannot believe you're doing all this. You are expanding your career opportunities by leaps and bounds. Who knew? Love ya - Mom

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Anonymous Cynthia P said...

The labyrinth is really cool! I will love to see the completed picture if you guys are still there when it is finished. How large an area will it encompass ? This is so very cool that you are doing all these strenuous and rewarding things! I am sure you guys are healthy and incredibly strong after the apple juice fast and all the hard work. We miss you both. Love, Cynthia P

2:05 PM  
Blogger Kavita said...

hello! your blog sounds great, as do your experiences. i am planning on wwoofing in hawaii starting in january and was just wondering if i could talk to you about your experience. please email me at krkoppa (at) gmail (dot) com -- i look forward to hearing from you!

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