There was a morning Dharma Talk when we arrived, so we had to tiptoe past quietly. As some of us left, there was a work party going on in the afternoon.
Thank you to the managers at Green Gulch for letting us create in this peaceful spot for a day. I learned much from the signs of Buddhism around the property. We saw bikes, horses, families and day hikers. The Green Gulch Nursery offers organic plants and starts available for sale. There were many plants and they looked healthy and new. Please contact the Green Gulch Office for more info, or to volunteer.
Our next visit will be to Toluma Farm + Tomales Farmstead Creamery on May 25, 2014.
|"Bike Monkey" by C.Proppé|
|Fantastic, treasures to discover when you live in the present. -C.Proppé|
|"Now as we enter our day of activity, fully engaged in helping others,|
Let us remember the one who is not busy, and be free from self-cling-ing."
|Hoping to paint this one! Love the colors. - CProppé|