Wednesday, May 20, 2009

We've been living in our Common Ground home for about a month and a half now. The photo on the right gives a sense of scale of the 11 homes of Common Ground. I love the proximity to the village, and the way that our children Ty and Sara can roam safely and play with their friends. I feel that so much of the urban/suburban world is crying out for this type of living arrangment: pocket communities, zero-net energy goal, built in-part with the love and sweat of the community that lives here.

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