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|From: WRIGHTS (WRIGHTScarleton.edu)|
|Date: Wed, 9 Dec 92 13:45 CST|
Hi. My name is Steve Wright and I'm a junior at Carleton College. (This is my first term back after an extended leave. As Pete Seeger once said, "I took a Sabbatical and it turned into a Mondical and a Tuesdical as well") I'm a fairly social animal, I've found. After six months in an efficiency apartment in Minneapolis, I decided I'd much rather live with other people. This last year I lived with three friends from school and had a much better time. My ideal living situation would be a rural co-housing site, where all my friends and I could do our thing during the day, then sit around in the evening, drink homemade beer, and tell each other stories. Ideally also, I would do my job in the backyard, so I wouldn't have to leave unless I wanted to go to town for some hardware or something. I'm a studio art major, and I'm into stained glass and metalwork, which you can actually make money at, if you're good. I'm not good yet, but I have hopes. So I'd want to live on a site with some permanence to it, where I could set up a workshop. I learned of COHOUSING-L somewhere on the net, maybe alt.co-evolution, but I'm not sure. We're on winter break right now, so I've been surfing the net for hours at a time. I check my e-mail at least once a day, even during the school year, though. Steve wrights [at] carleton.edu
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