|Cadging and invitation||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Richard Morley (CoHouseetobico.com)|
|Date: Sun, 8 Jun 1997 11:51:16 -0500|
I have been a buttress of co-housing from the fringe of the cohousing-l. I have posted once or twice a couple of years ago, first in search of any co-housing constituency in England on this list, then on my own view that LETS schemes might be a way for co-housing groups to organise their own work rotas as well as involve neibours and prospective members in the life and work of the community. Alas, this last posting spawned a discussion about tax evasion, both perceived and intended. All this ought to be in the archives still! Nonetheless, since my days in student co-ops in Toronto, I have felt that co-housing offers an alternative to isolated subdivision living and I have followed discussions on cohousing-l with great pleasure. Now, last Friday, my client told me I was to go to Seattle this coming Tuesday to Thursday, and I couldn't help wondering whether, even at this short notice, it might be possible to visit a co-housing community and have a natter for an hour or so. I realise that this is hopelessly short notice, but it just seemed a shame not to ask. If it's not going to be possible, I shan't be offended! Otherwise, could anyone about Seattle who'll take up the gauntlet drop me a line on 'richard [at] etobico.com' before 06hr00 UTC Tuesday. Best regards to all. -- Richard Morley Tel. +44-181-688-5941 109 Cedar Road FAX. +44-181-688-5941 Croydon, Surrey England richard [at] etobico.com
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