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Can't wait to receive my DVD.I raised my children in the Okanogan, then pursued a Nursing Career for myself. I have great memories of the people and environment of "the garden". Some I still have contact with as I moved to Oregon in 1999. As I get closer to retirement, I long to go back the the garden lifestyle to live out my years in peace and harmony with the simple things in life. Thank you for these memories. Linda Wurster RN,LMT

Posted by Linda Wurster @ 09:42 PM on April 07, 2009

Thank you -

And Congratulations... you have all our support.

Posted by Susan Johnston @ 06:02 PM on April 07, 2009

Congratulations! I can't wait to be in your audience at SIFF!

Posted by tania westby @ 05:57 PM on April 07, 2009

Kevin & Jude - This looks awesome and I can't wait to see it! Congrats - SIFF is a big deal and you have a great story to tell.

Posted by Leslie Hughes @ 05:18 PM on April 07, 2009

Wow. You completed the odyssey you began over 20 years ago. I am so proud of you. And far beyond that, your odyssey has given depth and form to others' odysseys, my own included. Thank you Kev and Jude.

Posted by Steve Reed @ 03:41 PM on April 07, 2009

thanks so much for your capture of a time and place that holds great value for us in this transition period. I especially enjoyed your use of lightness and levity while at the same time clearly respecting the participants in your film...not projecting any sense of judgement.

Posted by Gabe @ 01:46 AM on March 26, 2009

Really inspiring...these are pioneering people with integrity enough to follow their own paths wherever it leads them.

Posted by Sahale @

I was feeling a lot of wonderful memories stirred that I have long dismissed as too wierd and unconventional. Thank you for making me see the higher value of the actions and choices from an important part of my life.

Posted by Steve @ 01:28 AM on March 26, 2009

Moved to Tonasket, WA. in 1982 after getting a MA from UC Berkeley and a PhD from SUNY at Buffalo in Anthropology. Lived in an AWFUL cabin on GORGEOUS land up MT. HULL for 3 and 1/2 years with no electricity or water while building a beautiful home ourselves. Divorced in 1988 and stayed on the land, physically finishing the last 2/3rds of the house.

I have taught at Wenatchee Valley College's branch campus for 27 years.

In 2000 my home burned in a forest fire.

I now live on 3 acres on the Okanogan River outside Omak, WA.

The film is so personal. Many of my tree friends died in the fire. I have none now...

the tree-hugging scene brought tears.

thanks for the film.

Posted by Carol McMillan @ 01:23 AM on March 26, 2009

Wonderful, Beautiful...

A vision of the way things could be

if we quit chasing consumerism.

Posted by Jewel McCalester @ 01:15 AM on March 26, 2009

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