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the holland wwoof farm

wow, his place is so differen han he las farm, its ridiculous! o, before i begin, on his keyboard the t is very hard o push. so i will probqbly be lacking>

so im here in holland, safe and sound! its not reqlly a family im staying with but insead a bunch of people. i havent exactly figured out who lives here and who doesnt, but i think it would be impossible to try. in holland one of there rights is the right to housing. so, if a place sits abandoned for a year, its within the peoples righs to move in. its called squatting, and thats how im here right now. some people squatted this abandoned fqrm house, did loads of work on it, and now all hey have to pay is electricity and water.

so the bathrooms even cooler than the last one! its a definite outhouse, including a cutout heart, its very nice!

so dinand pretty much told me about this place, he says, if ud like to do nothing arund here, do nothing, if u feel like building a bridge, build a bridge. so its pretty free and easy.
for sleeping arangements, we were having a little no bed crisis when this guy named jack said he had free room in his yurt. obviously i said yes, so im sleeping in a yurt, in a field next to a canal, pretty sweet! it gets a little cold at night, but its not bad at all.

so i went to the store to get some grocerys, but they couldnt accept my card, thankfully i had cash. so then i went to every atm in this town and they all said they couldnt make a connection with my bank. hmm a little concerning there.

oh well, i have som emergency money i can dip into while here, and i wont be spending a lot anyway.

so one of the cool things here is the closet of free clothes, they are all extremely funky and hippieish, very cool.

ok, so pics might be a little longer than when i thought, but they are coming!

much love to all

Posted by MaryP 23:49 Archived in Netherlands

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