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Emerald Village Organization

The kitchen at Emerald Village is on loan from Chef Benjamin, the founder of Organiculture Brand Foods and Restaurant Group. Advertisements

New Hope Catholic Worker Farm

Oh hi everybody! It has been a while since I have made a post, and we have sunny California to thank for my return! The time has come to revisit some footage from the summer that hasn’t found it’s way to z blog. We took a trip to the New Hope Catholic Worker Farm back … Continue reading

Journey to San Diego

Before Burning Man there was no clear direction for the Love Bus. However, on the last day at Black Rock City, Tina Nomad visited BoCoNoCo where the bus was camped. She is the team coordinator for parking at YOUtopia (San Diego’s regional burn) and offered everyone on the bus the opportunity to volunteer at the … Continue reading

Burning Man 2012: Fertility 2.0

Burning Man is an annual event in Black Rock City, Nevada, where people from all over the world come to celebrate art and life. Black Rock City is built, maintained, and dismantled every year by volunteers who pay admittance into the city and is also Nevada’s third largest city with sixty sixty-thousand attendants in 2012. … Continue reading

Arden, Delaware

We arrive in Arden dreary and ready to sleep, the neighborhood having been recommended to us by our friend Danielle as a place we could park our bus without getting too much flac from the neighbors. Unbeknownst to us, we had arrived in the oldest intentional community in the US. As Joey began to putter … Continue reading

Twin Oaks

On July 21, 2012, the Love Bus arrived at Twin Oaks Community, a Commune in central Virginia. It has existed since 1967 and today it relies greatly on the income that its hammock and tofu industry attract. Other industries at Twin Oaks include indexing books and seed growing. The industry here is a unique aspect, … Continue reading

Earthaven Ecovillage

7 July 2012. Trees and bushes brushed against the Love Bus as it approached Earthaven Ecovillage. Traveling along¬†gravel roads,¬†we arrived at a culdesac, where over a dozen hand painted mail boxes stood. It was hot and humid out and Joel, Brittney, and I had arrived just in time to meet our tour group. Nestled in … Continue reading

ADamn Mechanic

Oregon June 17thish The air was crisp and filled with moisture. Not the type of moisture you appreciate, but the kind simple and sloshy like a warm tummy after three too many banana pancakes with only sour milk to wash it down. The time was one thirty and the sun was beginning to sip the … Continue reading

Rainbow Gathering 2012

May 27, Joel drove through the night and into Boulder, Colorodo. There the Love Bus met with friends whom allowed us to use their showers and fill the bus with drinking water. The plan was to finish the vegetable oil conversion, however it was delayed further when the bus failed to start the next morning. … Continue reading