Notes from Windward:

Year 13Issue Number 612001

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A Journey to Laughlin

Fern takes a holiday

A January Walk in the Snow

Holly shares some winter thoughts

The Pine Grove Auction

Walt's favorite rite of spring

Milking Pia

Pia becomes a milker and saves Darla and Susie


Three weeks and milking

My Moment with Demi

Heather tells how labor brought out Demi's soft side

Reviews of Joyce's latest book

Making Memories: Celebrating Mothers and Daughters
Through Traditions, Crafts and Lore

The Women's Circle

Joyce talks about their weekly get-together

Drought, No Doubt

Walt talks about the upcoming fire season

Getting a Running Start

Tamara talks about what she's up to.

A Virtual Inspection

Using the internet to do a building inspection.

Snow falling on Windward

Terri writes about the season's first big snowfall.

The Winter Update '01

Part One


Part Two


Part Three


The Summer Update '01

Lots of Building Going On


Essays and Editorials:

Choosing service over self-interest

a quote from Peter Block

Books in the Woods

Terri talks about library access from Windward

Seven and a Half Conversations

February 28, 2001

March 17, 2001

1,500 years new

a vision of community from long, long ago

Couples and Community

Part One: Walt's thoughts on some of the challenges
involved in combining the two
Part Two: In which Walt tries to stop rambling and get to the point
Part Three: Closing thoughts

the fine print

thoughts on the importance of realistic expectations

Administrative Matters

Current Bylaws of the Windward Foundation

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Glimpses of
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