Re: seeking co housing
From: Mary Ann Clark (
Date: Sun, 30 Jun 2013 13:17:44 -0700 (PDT)
There are several existing groups in AZ. Why not check them out. There's 
nothing magical about joining a forming group (in my experience). 

Mary Ann

What we assume will be temporary often becomes permanent; what we assume is 
permanent often proves temporary. (Gretchen Rubin)

On Jun 29, 2013, at 8:40 PM, Jan Kenney <angelwoman [at]> wrote:

> I have been following co housing, reading the books, and visiting some sites
> for over 12 years.  I am seeking a co housing group that is forming in the
> Southwest for primarily adults (I am 64) that is affordable. I am so
> interested in the concept of sharing and leaving a lighter footprint on this
> earth.  I am planning on retiring before I turn 70 and am interested in
> pursuing my love of arts and crafts, as well as spiritual studies.  I find
> it easy to find info on groups that are already formed but not those that
> are exploring and forming.  I live in Arizona but am willing to explore
> Colorado (southern part), New Mexico, and Nevada. I am not sure I can afford
> California so I have not been looking there.  I am open to sharing a home
> with another person.  I am retiring from the healthcare area and am hoping
> to find a place to volunteer some of these skills as well.  If anyone knows
> of a group that is forming in these areas please let me know.  Many thanks,
> Jan Kenney (Angelwoman49 [at]
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