It’s a rainy Saturday night, 6:30 PM, and the festival hall is still packed. People started pouring in at 10 this morning. There are times when you can’t get through the aisles. It is just amazing, this (relatively) sudden awareness of treating the earth and its atmosphere with respect and intelligence. Our stand has been packed all day. Our brand new book, The Barefoot Architect — A Handbook of Green Building, is a hit. We have sold over 50 copies today. People pick it up and instantly love it. It’s got those vibes. We’ve also sold 30 copies of Home Work today. It’s so encouraging to connect like this.
Lloyd and Lew from SF. (With able assistance at our booth from Becky Kemery, author of Yurts — Living in the Round)