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Wednesday, November 09, 2005


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I have friends here in Montana who teach similar courses, but also practice their primitive living skills as much as possible in their own daily lives, too. They choose to live such simple and clean lives, with very little damaging impact on the world around them.


That sounds very cool. I've always been interested in edible "wild" plants - there are so many around us that we've just forgotten about.


Wow, sounds interesting. Isn't it funny how kids just take things in stride and ride the adventure? I hope you get rested up soon and break out of the slump.

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