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Transition Laurel

For those who are interested in learning about or implementing the Transition model in or near the Laurel district, just north of Bellingham.

Location: Laurel, WA
Members: 20
Latest Activity: Dec 6, 2013

Transition Laurel Potluck 8/24/09


To see more of Cindi Landreth's photos taken at our get-together, go here.

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Comment by Heather K on January 1, 2011 at 5:06pm
 Carpool or bicycle to gather with your rural neighbors at the

Monthly Rome Grange Community Breakfast 8am-1pm

Jan 2nd, 2011 and beyond on 1st Sundays!

2821 Mt. Baker Hwy (between Mission & Sand Rd)

quote: "Pancakes, French toast, scrambled eggs and more are on the menu, and you just might get served by your favorite elected officials.  Entry fee Kids$2and  Adults $5.  Info at 671-7862  "

More info on Events page at:

http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/events/community-breakfast-at-rome

Info also posted in Cascadia Weekly.

Monthly Event -1st Sundays from 8am-1pm.

Some folks come all the way from Lynden!

Comment by Juliet Thompson on December 5, 2010 at 10:49pm
Just a reminder that if you want to sing some wassailing songs, we'll be revving them up on Monday nights December 6th, thirteenth and twentieth at my place. Feel free to call 398-9750.
Comment by Juliet Thompson on November 11, 2010 at 6:43pm
Cyndy, It would be great if you wanted to come as you can. We're basically bringing our own projects to work on. I have knitting and rugs. You know I'm at Inspiration Farm in the middle cabin? Please come any time you can, I am really looking forward to meeting you.
Comment by Cyndy Sheldon on November 11, 2010 at 6:36pm
Hi Juliet, What a nice idea to learn the songs and go caroling. I'm not sure I can participate as I have serious back issues. But I'll listen once you all make the rounds! Also on some Monday evenings I teach a class. The craft event sounds fun. Can I come once in awhile? Again, I have a commitment 2 Thursdays a month! Both are wonderful ideas for getting to know one another. Thank you for your creativity1 Cyndy
Comment by Juliet Thompson on June 21, 2010 at 2:25pm
Hi Cyndy,
I'm glad you were able to represent TL at the TG potluck. Speaking of transitions, we are in the process of a few here at Inspiration Farm, and between the moving in and out activity, we've been staying closer to home than usual. At least I can speak for Mark and I in that regard, and know that others are similarly stretched. We're all planning on a more relaxed summer season, and will send our regrets to the TG crew and plan on another get together.
Juliet
Comment by Cyndy Sheldon on June 19, 2010 at 10:55pm
Transition Goshen held a magnificent gathering today, part of which I was able to attend....Unfortunately I was the only one from TLaurel there, but they appreciated at least one of us. They are doing wonderful projects and meet monthly or more. Hopefully we will get going and can invite them to one of our events. They are very close to us--just down Hemmi a bit.
Comment by Brian Kerkvliet on June 19, 2010 at 4:19pm
700 Sq. Ft. Rural Cottage rental Available at Inspiration Farm
Small two Bedroom unfurnished Cottage With bath & laundry on 11 acres. It's a mid county location, on E. Laurel rd. between the Guide and Hannegan.
$850/month, $900 deposit
Available July 1st. No smokers or dogs please.

INCLUDES the following utilities: Electric, Gas, Garbage, Sewer and Water, High speed Internet. Appliances are Natural gas. Small high efficiency front loading washer in the bathroom.

There is a large beautiful yard and garden and orchard that is shared. Some yard care is required

We are looking for community minded folks who like farm animals, children and gardening. Children are welcome. We endeavor to create a fun, artistic, free thinking, learning, evolving, productive atmosphere. We are Implementing Permaculture Systems, and welcome people interested in permaculture, and sustainable homestead farming.

Call Alexandra or Brian 398-8227.
Comment by Cyndy Sheldon on June 10, 2010 at 3:53pm
Thank you for the invitation. Unfortunately my neighbor, who is also a part of Transition Laurel is having a gathering at the same time on the same day. I hope we can do something again in the future. Cyndy Sheldon
Comment by David MacLeod on June 7, 2010 at 12:31pm
Transition Goshen would like to invite the folks at Laurel to a pot luck on 6/19 at 5pm.

TI Goshen cordially invites TI Laurel for a moveable potluck, starting at Peter and Lorraine Holcomb's place at 2332 E. Hemmi Road. You'll get to see some of the systems they've put in place like their brand new humanure, wheel chair accessable compostable toilet, Stephanie and Gary's goat stories, our new wiki web site, and more. After dinner, we'll move to 2427 Goshen Road at Jerry Schuster and Ginny Malmquist's home for dessert, a chance to check out our 7,500 gallon water catchment system and solar plans, and maybe some canoeing on the pond if the weather's nice. As our closest neighbors, we'd like to get to know you folks and build connections to support each other. RSVP's please contact Ginny at 319-4266 or email vmalmquist@netzero.net.

Ginny Malmquist
Comment by Heather K on April 9, 2010 at 5:54pm
Barkley Village departure at 8:00 am for People-powered bicycle caravaning to meet up with downtown People-Powered-Parade that leaves from La Fiamma parking lot to B'ham High School for opening of the Great Unleashing Event. (Meet at north end of Barkley Parking lot).
If you live in the rural or east county this is a good spot to meet.
The ride into town is all downhill and easy from here!
 

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