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Here are some of the things that are interesting to us. Click on the
underlined words if you're interested too and go to some related sites.
In no particular order we enjoy
desert gardening, xeriscaping, permaculture, geology, botany, paleobotany and palynology, palynology,
anthropology, paleoanthropology, archaeology, experimental archaeology, linguistics, French language and linguistics, cave art in France, animals (wild and domestic), primatology, Jane Goodall,Sarah Blaffer Hrdy, ecology, evolution, evolution of the mind, Charles Darwin, Gregor Mendel, geography, astronomy, herbs, alternative medicine, midwifery, homebirth, natural (aka attachment) parenting, noncoercive parenting, homeschooling and unschooling, traveling, being outside, hiking, dirt biking, exchanging info with other large families, the Internet, art, poetry, reading, making and listening to music, Celtic music (traditional and modern),
Native American studies, guitars, mandolins, dulcimers, history of math and math oddities, history of science, feminist archaeology, all matters of the spirit, religious syncretism, religious experience in general, recovery issues for survivors of spiritual abuse,
Bible-based cult issues, thunderstorms, snow, wide open spaces, deep dark forests, mountain
streams, rivers, the Great Lakes, the ocean...
If you've made it to the end of this meandering list, you're a very polite person. Thank you for indulging me! If you didn't read the whole long thing, I hope you still found a site or two of interest!
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