Starting a Earthship commune type place to go and live off the land and be free. Geodesic greenhouses and creative place where their is no worries, no pressure, no bullshit, raise a family. Any one want to live in an Earthship in the mountains of Colorado off Grid?
Here is two meet ups i am organizing. Or contact me directly and tell me your experiences on why and what you can contribute to the project. http://www.meetup.com/Earthship-Colorado/events/101367902/ or http://www.meetup.com/Greater-Denver-Urban-Homesteaders/events/107574232/
verizon phones work up at the house with internet. In may i am going up their again so if interested contact me at shaggyandscooby333 at msn dot com. Tell me about yourself and why Earthships interest you and what this adventure will achieve in your life.
I would absolutely love to at least visit! I’m down in Fort Collins, too, over at CSU. I’ve been interested in the Earthship communities going up, and would love to come down, take a look, and see what it’s all about. I’m having trouble committing to much of anything right now, but I’d love it if some information could be sent my way, so I could start (hopefully!) planning to come down and see everything.
some pictures of my Earthship. they are under pictures of course.
@zoedriverful, don’t know what to tell you. I just got mike Reynolds books and read them over and over. You could take an internship with mike, but cost lots of cash. Join a build anywhere in the world. Come to my build site. Just need money for food and sleeping bag. Learn until you feel confident to build. I know nothing of permits for never bothered getting any. Revolution yeah. One piece of advice is build one room at a time. I got overwhelmed and still am. Get an solar array for it saves so much in gas. Habitat for humanity, flea markets, Craig’s list, construction job sites, and national forest rule for supplies. Peace
me too , arrange my visa , i will arrange the ticket money
Yea now that there’s not going to be housing at Valhalla for a while, I guess I need to start hunting for a new commune to live in after I graduate in May. All my friends who have been to Boulder loved it so after California that’s probably the next stop on my journey. Can you elaborate a little more on the principles you plan to base your community around? Obviously I got the sustainable living part, but what about the criteria for admitting new members? How many people do you envision total once the construction is more or less finished? Is this a zeitgesit kind of deal or more like a kubitz in Israel? Sorry to bombard you with questions lol. I considered sending you a message instead but I figured there’s probably a few other people wanting a bit more info! Way to take the initiative :)@shaggyandscooby333,