I just lit a candle....turned off the TV. poured a glass on wine and turned out the lights....ready set go....lights out ~
Today we worked on the community organic garden along with the planning of a Pot luck ~ Earthday Celebration on April 19th here at the farm. There will be entertainment, free table set up space for crafters, artists and other Meetup groups. There's also plenty of room for those who wish to campout or hike the trails at the back of the farm along the brook.
Lights out tonight for one hour! Have a wonderful weekend ! Alice
Efficient use of the sun's energy is not necessarily a modern phenomena. Many centuries ago the Anasazi Indians of Southern Colorado found a way to capture the oblique rays of a winter sun. They simply built their stone houses against the south slope of canyon walls. The remains of their solar dwellings are still with us today.