My friend Emily, maker of crocheted carpets and teacher of children and drawer of smart zines and general genius, made a video about this PLACE I LOVE to LIVE. I'm in it, in front of the waterfall that's across the street and through the small woods near my house. A ton of my friends are also in it. We talk about what it means to live in community, in a rich changing place that loves and challenges itself. In which "the bar for entry is low" ( and don't I know it, wink wink ).
So watch it, if you have the time.
I hope wherever you are loves itself as much as we love this land/people/place here.