Kindle Sale | The Eye of the Dragon

Starting December 1, 2013 (for a limited time only) The Eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda will be sold on the Amazon Kindle for only $2.99. To see the reviews, please click here: 15 customer reviews

bookcoverimageKindle Edition Sale: $2.99

You can also borrow The Eye Of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda using Kindle Prime or your local library. It is a timely book!

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The Road Again | Old (New) Kino Bay | Mexico

Old Kino Bay doesn’t exist anymore. They have paved streets, parades and fancy hotels now. 

I was late for my friend Chino (although, in a way, I immortalize him, and the village is still there, in my book), but I met his daughter, F, and left her a signed copy of A Vagabond in Mexico. She was enthused. It was a pleasure to meet her. She has her own thriving business. Clemente is living in New Mexico. I think I’ll meet with A tomorrow; somebody told me he is still in town. B seems to be in Puerto Peñasco.

IMG_1272A view from my new home, Islandia Marina, Dusk.

IMG_1274Dawn

IMG_1275The Campground

IMG_1278Islandia Marina’s awesome staff. Marta, Margarita (in the back), Ulises and Perla. They have wi-fi, and reasonable rates.

IMG_1264Leaving Nogales, from the Roadmobile

IMG_1268On the road to Hermosillo

Mexico Bound | Traveling Light

Thoughts: I plan to leave early tomorrow morning. I wonder if I’ll make it through the border in Nogales; I have nothing to declare at customs, so it should go smoothly. I am keeping my balance. My car needs some bodywork and I heard it can be done well in Mexico. My first stop is Old Kino Bay; I used to have friends there. I’ll keep you posted.

The Fence

The Fence! Are we a civilized country? Species? Do we need to evolve perhaps?

The Gray Fox | Tucson’s Eco Village

Last Sunday after dusk, after visiting my power place at the Eco Village, I met a gray fox. It was dark, so I couldn’t see him well but it looked just like this:

gray_foxGray Fox

I did not know about gray foxes in Arizona, so I googled “foxes in Tucson AZ” and found these gray foxes that looked just like the one that circled me three times. He did that, moving from bush to bush around me, as I walked while singing softly.

du_grayfox1Young Gray Fox 

Jasmeine sent me this: http://wiccanmoonsong.blogspot.com/2013/09/the-magickal-fox-as-totem-animal.html  She thinks it is a positive omen. I think so too. What do you think?

gray-fox-08“It is said that the fox lives ‘between times'”

Tucson’s Eco Village | The Ending or Beginning of a Journey.

I am ending a US journey at the Eco village, and will be heading to Mexico soon.

They are building new structures at the moment, and gaining access to precious water. More info at: Tucson Tortolita Eco Village – Home

IMG_1257David, Jan, Brenda, Samuel and Dorianna

IMG_1258Jan, me, Brenda and Samuel

IMG_1253Brenda (right) and a visitor.

IMG_1254Samuel, David and Brodrik (click to enlarge)

IMG_1249Yurt in progress

A needed alternative to a sick socio-economic system!

IMG_1246Samuel at the sustainability festival with the incredible Moringa Tree. (Google it)

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