A tale of sustainable living----we bought a "living" house. This is the story of living in that house and the tales of caring for the whole system and all the creatures that live in it.
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Fall in the Chugach State Forest
The birch leaves are golden and are framing the snow-capped peak out of my window. The sun is setting at 7:44pm and the very top peak of the mountain is catching the last rays of sun as it dips down in the northwest for the night. The peaks color is orange matching the trees. It's truly spectacular.
I tried a photo, but cameras just don't do nature any favors. You'll just have to imagine it. Look, you can't even see the peak!
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Cool living situation you guys have! We actually live in a yurt in Eagle River Valley, probably only a mile away from you. It doesn't come close to being a bioshelter, but it is a lot of fun!
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