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Jul 25, 2010
I deliver our vegetables to Ralph’s Cafe by bicycle.
Mike and I have a casual conversation, as we make the exchanges.
Vegetable grower -> Restauranteur. Nobody in the middle. And with no fossil fuels. It’s so simple!
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That’s exactly how everything should be…imagine going to your local doctor like this.
It’s great not having to imagine, as well – that’s how I go to the dentist when I’m in MA.
Try Imagining that there is no doctor, but instead a community herbalist. And we each grow the herbs we need, getting the medicines from the natural abundance around us. =]
You have a good point–doctors as we have them now would be pretty useless if we relied on natural health, except for the obvious traumatic injuries (which would also be less common if we were living more naturally).
I sent you a gmail…I’m planning my leave of absence and could use some advice on your initial transition to independence.
Nice! What kind of bicycle do you ride nowadays?
In Maine I have a ’94 Cannondale mountain bike with 26″ wheels, rack, panniers, and a golden bell. There is a Vision R40 recumbent in MA that I also have for touring.
Who are you, and what do you ride?
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