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WARNING: This entry may be boring except for those of you nerdy enough to be curious about my experiences obtaining, installing, and using my Little Cod wood stove (made by Navigator Stove Works on Orcas Island, WA). Just in time … 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.
Watch the vid. It’s raw. Music by Elephant Revival. See the TYS Media page here.
Bridget and I rolled around the block looking for a place to park Edna Lu and serve tea at Oscar Grant Plaza – the heart of Occupy Oakland. Only one side of the plaza is open to the street and … Continue reading
I left Northern California with so much joy to give and tea to share with people. I arrived Ashland and served tea all afternoon in the park after getting some tea donations from Eco Teas and Adelante! Gallery and Tea … Continue reading
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
A year and a half ago I hosted a tea party that I talked up as the party where I’d serve my 5,000th cuppa free tea. It was a grand celebration, with many folks in attendance, most of whom were … Continue reading
This past week, Edna Lu the tea bus caravaned with Ivan Dured, the late great space-shuttle/tour-bus of the Colorado-based band, Elephant Revival. For six days we traveled from show to show, down the coast, over hills, and over bridges. On … Continue reading
On Sunday March 20th, the third anniversary of when I first bought Edna, it had just been the longest I’d been apart from her since we met. I know it seems kind of funny for me to make such a … Continue reading