|Re: Coho vacation trades||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Sanda Everette (severetteed.co.sanmateo.ca.us)|
|Date: Sat, 20 Sep 1997 17:47:06 -0500|
MartyR707 [at] aol.com wrote: > > In a message dated 9/19/97 9:02:12 AM, Pam wrote: > > <<Many of us have for years fantasized about vacation trades with > folks in other coho communities. >> > > Great idea Pam! If we ever get built here in Sebastopol (and we will, it's > just a matter of when), I'd love to participate in such a program. We live > in a gorgeous part of the country. Especially intriguing to think of > overseas trades..... > > Marty Roberts > Two Acre Wood - where I'm on my way to a serious cost-cutting meeting to > bring our budget down before construction. Hi Marty and Pam, I was glad to see this idea put out and acknowledged. It is one that we have talked about for years. We visioned a network of communities in which people who were part of one could visit others. It was one of our goals when we started Dragon Belly Farm. http://www.cohousing.org/specific/dragonbelly/ As most of you who have been on the list for awhile know, we lost our home to a fire last fall but the beautiful 40 acres are still there with caretakers who love the land and gardening. We would be open to the possibility of community folks spending camping vacations there on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula of NW Washington. We probably won't live there again until we are ready to retire though we do use it as a vacation "home." We are currently living in the San Francisco Bay area attempting to develop an urban retrofit project. http://cis.stanford.edu/mills/Los_Prados.html As far as thinking about overseas trades: It might be possible that you could find suitable trades through one of the regular housing exchanges. Check out http://www.homeexchange.com/ Maybe it would be good to create a website for community/cohousing folks interested in doing vacation home exchanges that could be linked to the Cohousing pages and maybe the FIC pages, too. Sanda and Brian Everette
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