Due to a lack of FO's we interrupt this blog for a special broadcast.
On our last visit to the Ranch, the little town (the little town that shall remain nameless) was holding its annual May Day parade to draw attention and celebrate the ongoing efforts of rescuing the watersheds of the area from the demise of forestry (May Day! May Day! Get it?) . The day began with costume making, silent auctioning, parading then lots of dancing to wicked live music (Edie is CRAZY for reggae we discovered).
Present was the Valley Lama and the unveiling of a photo of a local water crystal taken by Dr. Masaru Emoto himself.
I'm thirsty now, must go.