|Year 13||Issue Number 61||2001|
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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
Pia becomes a milker and saves Darla and Susie
Update: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 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
Current Bylaws of the Windward Foundation
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