Ironwood Update 8-10-20
I have been very busy, so this blog has taken a back seat. Caden has been off school for the summer and the Rona, I've been working at a local store full time and am working on getting things set up in our home, which has been a huge success. If you read my past blog post you got to see our new puppy who is wonderful and also a lot of work. Angela and I also purchased a property that we have been setting up as an airbnb! We are very happy with how it turned out. Please share this link and check out our listing. We posted it last night and already have a reservation. We want this to be a home that is available for anyone who may want to get away. I have written about my predictions for the fall season and if you and your family need a place to go this is it. Please reach out to me if you'd like to come check it out here and we will help to accommodate.
Here is the link: To Our Airbnb
Life has gotten very simple for us. I honestly have no idea what is going on in the world as I have literally spent no time online at all. I have not been studying or reading, I have been building a fence and knocking out to do tasks on my list. Health seems very simple these days. All the quantum science is there but the perfect system of nature can be very simple. There is so much nature here. It is green. Yesterday we went and picked blueberries at a local farm. It was great and berries right off the bush are amazing. We found a local farmer who gave us a tour of his farm. He has cows, chickens, pigs, goats, and Icelandic lamb. He uses the animals to cultivate optimal grass growth. He has created a perfect ecosystem where everything feeds something else. We get fresh eggs, raw milk, beef, and pork from him and it all tases fantastic. It really exposes how fake and processed most food from a grocery store really is. Please support him any way you can. He is one of the few farmers left in the area doing things totally sustainably with no chemicals. He doesn't even plow, instead he rotates the animals in a unique sequence which cures the soil for optimal grass.
Link to Whitney Creek Farm Here
Nature amazes me; there is no waste. Humans have stepped away from our natural life in an attempt to be special but I am starting to see that all we've accomplished is dividing ourselves from our source. Each part of the dynamic puzzle that is nature is needed and if you find your place, you feel useful and at home. You have purpose and are part of something bigger than yourself.
Please go back and check out some of the old blogs and talks. I am very proud of them. Here is one that may interest you.
Link To Talk
Even though so many good things have happened it does not mean that there have not been struggles. It is tough to leave a place you call home and realize just how little you mattered. It is as if I was never in California. A move like this lets you see a little bit what it will be like when you die. You're gone and everything keeps on going. Angela and I made this move with no family or friends here so the transition has been tough as we only have each other and we are both very tired. I understand why people don't move. It is hard but I would do it all again as I do not think things were sustainable where I was. It is tough to figure out who I am here. I'm not the Rob that I was in California and talking about magnetism to people doesn't seem very relevant. The adjustment takes time.
I see that there is some strange health baseline that people are unconsciously trying to get to. In cities where the environment is bad people are more healthy to offset it. Here where the environment is amazing I see people drinking, smoking and gorging themselves on junk food. It's all very interesting as if there's some strange balance of having pleasure and avoiding pain. It's not my place to tell anyone how to live. The culture is different here. Less focused on how things appear and that is both good and bad.
In any case, where ever you are reach out. I miss my conversations I have had with many of you. Stay tuned. I hope to get back to blogging more soon (Caden starts first grade soon so I'll have some more time). Thanks for being part of my journey.
8/12/2020 07:44:16 am
Nice landing pad! The bnb looks amazing. I'm interested in finding out your new occupation besides fencing. The social climate here is wearing on me and would love to get out and see you. It's good to get outside perspectives. I hope you're doing well
8/12/2020 09:21:40 am
8/12/2020 12:41:45 pm
Thanks for the update! The Air bnb looks awesome. I hope to come visit someday. :)
8/13/2020 07:18:21 am
I miss you so much. Hope you're doing great.
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