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Tag Archives: Arts Alive!
When you have no strict itinerary, there’s a lot of wiggle room. And I like it! I left Portland and headed straight to my Wilderness First Responder course (see blog entry here) knowing only that I was going to see my … Continue reading
It’s been an interesting one, folks. Three months ago Edna (the teabus) and I started a 2+ North American Tour with no itinerary. The plan has been to have no plans, allowing us to roam the country with no obligations and … Continue reading
Arts Alive has become such a part of our experience when we’re in Northern California. I’m stoked to be a part of this community.
Well Hello! It has been a while, yes it has. A lot is new: many-a-tea parties have been happening, working on the bus still in Eureka, making some exciting plans. For one, we are gearing up for some big events … Continue reading
It was a hectic last couple weeks at the shop on Orcas. I was packing up all my tools, building materials, doing some repairs on my horse trailer, welding, cutting, grinding, drilling, and on top of that my good nomadic … Continue reading
After spending the winter serving tea every Tuesday on the Arcata Plaza we had made many new tea sipping friends, and plenty of the old ones were still kicking around as well. We set up at Arts Alive with the … Continue reading
This was the beginning of a 16 hour, 3 event tea serving day. Whew, exhausting… I was actually surprised at how few people at this fair came to drank tea. I thought that of all people, it would be … Continue reading
I had just told someone that I have never been asked to leave anywhere for serving tea in the 3 and a half years that I have been serving tea (okay, just once by the police on Hollywood Blvd.). I … Continue reading