Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Hermit Chant

Monday, 28 September 2009

Take off your watch and dance with rainbows

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                       Rainbows In the Night Sky

Tied down by straight jacket of man made time
Toss that watch into the distance
Listen as it hits and smashes against some far off lichen covered rock
and sit a while on a moss covered rock high in the mountains.

Wait patiently as the evening light disappears slowly over the horizon.
Clear your mind of the daily struggle
That they with their rules impose on us ..
Silently wait ,wait wait
take in the smells of the mountains ..
Breathe deeper and deeper then look to the heavens and awe ,
As one by one the stars come into view ..
Lets journey to the stars
lets dance with a nebula
soar and back flip through it ,
watch as all around a star is born
Lets sing and laugh
Lets hold hands and soar
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lets sit at the edge of a worm hole
and dangle our feet in to it and wonder, wonder

lets hold hands and leap into it

Lets reclaim back our true life’s
From the ones who would rob us off the true journey
and journey in timeless space


Pictures from Wikipedia

Three Drams a wee fire and the love of my life

The simplicity of life off  a couple of hermits living in the mountains of Scotland.

To me as a simple and un educated daft hermit trying to lead a simple life :
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Living here in the mountains , a simple life is the open air room to breathe , a fire , and the love of a true and faithful person

is all i need,

simple .simple, i have to say this to my self over and over again living amid the constant greed and pace of the western world a world that rolls on ever faster and faster never happy it seems to me with what they have .

To me the joy of the rain touching my skin
to me the joy of having enough wood for the winter
to me having the freedom to enjoy the simplicity of life i thank god

i  simply than k

Saturday, 26 September 2009

Girl Speaks to the world

this is why i drive myself to try to help through my blogs and festival 

Environmental Activist

Severn Cullis-Suzuki has been active in environmental and social justice work since kindergarten. At age 9, after witnessing burning in the Brazilian Amazon on a trip with her family, she started the Environmental Children’s Organization with her grade 5 friends. ECO was committed to learning and teaching other kids about environmental issues. Eventually they were successful in raising enough money to appear at 1992’s Rio Earth Summit, when 12-year-old Severn delivered a powerful speech at a plenary session that gained worldwide attention. For this, she received the UN Environment Program’s Global 500 Award in 1993. Since then, Severn has spoken worldwide on social and ecological issues, on climate change, and intergenerational injustice.

Severn is proud of her work on the UN’s Earth Charter Commission, and participation on UN Secretary General Kofi Annan’s Special Advisory Panel for the World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002 in Johannesburg, South Africa. At this Summit Severn brought a pledge called the Recognition of Responsibility, a declaration from students in Canada and the US. The trip also was the subject of a documentary film that aired on CBC’s long-running documentary series The Nature of Things.

Severn uses many ways to get her message out. She hosted a children’s TV series called Suzuki’s Naturequest, and co-edited the book Notes from Canada’s Young Activists. She currently sits on BC’s Citizen’s Conservation Council on Climate Change, and the board of the David Suzuki Foundation. She has a Bachelor of Science in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Yale University, and recently, a Masters in Ethnobotany from the University of Victoria, British Columbia, studying with Kwakwaka’wakw elders on the West coast. She hopes her pursuit of traditional and scientific knowledge will help her mandate of promoting a culture of diversity, sustainability and joy.

Severn now lives on the islands of Haida Gwaii.

Monday, 21 September 2009

Highland Musical

The clock struck midnight and off to bed lying there at last head on pillow ready for a well earned rest.
rat a tat tat from the belly box door a sudden wee breeze played with the belly box door then quiet agh time to sleep zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

swishhhhh swishhhhhhhhh the sound of the rain starting at one end of the bus roof and racing to the rear then through the small gap in the kitchen window a noise like the wind section of a hidden orchestra began

wonderful melody mother nature the composer and how she shows us all to do it.

with a gentle rock and from from the bus it was time to drift time to dream time to rest

my mountain home were we live close to the earth our home rocks and sways our home high in the Scottish mountains our home…

wherever you are sleeping tonight think of us swaying to and fro and listening to the highland musical ……………….

Sunday, 20 September 2009

Note to advertisers

Hi just a wee note to tell you that myself and Paul run the festival and blogs and we are dedicated full time to this.

And that at NO time will we ever pay ourselves more than

£15,000 or the equivalent in USD

We are dedicated to bringing peace love light and happiness to all the people of the world and we want to try and heal our planet we call home mother EARTH

Therefore any ads you take out will be directed to various causes the festival endorses, these will run from village schools to inner city drop in zones across the world.

A note will be placed under your ad to say that you are helping to sponsor a certain cause

Our dream is that any money raised will go direct to the cause and with the help of Skype we will all be kept up to date with the progress of the various projects

peace love light and much happiness

Andy owner of the festival and blogs

Paulie co partner in all that i do

email me andy@theblackbuscompany.com : please put place an ad in the topic line thankyou

Friday, 18 September 2009

The world meeting place lets talk

["اهلا بكم في مهرجان Blackbus على خط ضوء الحب والسعادة \n\n لدينا مترجم هنا لمساعدتنا في الحصول على جميع والدردشة \n\n السلام وضوء","en"]Welcome to the Blackbus on line festival of love light and happiness

we have a translator here to help us all get on and chat

peace and light


["Welkom by die Blackbus on line fees van die liefde die lig en geluk \n\n Ons het 'n vertaler hier om ons te help almal kry oor en gesels \n\n vrede en lig","en"]


["Mirë se vini në linjë Blackbus në festivalin e dritës dashuri dhe lumturi \n\n ne kemi një përkthyes këtu për të na ndihmojë të merrni të gjitha dhe chat \n\n paqe dhe dritë","en"]


["Сардэчна запрашаем на Blackbus на лінію Фестываль святла любові і шчасця \n\n у нас ёсць перакладчык тут, каб дапамагчы ўсім нам і атрымаеце ў чаце \n\n свет і свет","en"]


["Benvinguts a la festa blackbus en línia de la llum de l'amor i la felicitat \n\n tenim un traductor aquí per ajudar-nos a tots a entrar i xat \n\n la pau i la llum","en"]

["欢迎在线爱光,幸福节Blackbus \n\n我们这里有一个翻译,帮助我们获得和聊天\n\n和平和轻","en"]


["Dobro došli na Blackbus na liniji festival svjetlo ljubavi i sreće \n\n imamo prevodioca ovdje kako bi se na sve nas i chat \n\n mir i svjetlo","en"]


["Vítejte v on-line Blackbus festival lásky, světla a štěstí \n\n máme překladatel tu, aby nám pomohli dostat na všechny a chat \n\n míru a světla","en"]


["Velkommen til Blackbus på linje festival af kærlighed lys og lykke \n\n vi har en oversætter her for at hjælpe os alle komme videre og chat \n\n fred og lys","en"]

["Welkom bij de Blackbus on line festival van licht liefde en geluk \n\n We hebben een vertaler hier om ons te helpen allemaal op en chat \n\n vrede en licht","en"]

["Tere tulemast Blackbus on line festival armastuse valgust ja õnne \n\n meil on tõlkija siin meid kõik saavad sisse ja vestlus \n\n rahu ja valgus","en"]


["Maligayang pagdating sa Blackbus sa linya ng pagdiriwang ng pag-ibig liwanag at kaligayahan \n\n kami ay may isang tagasalin dito upang makatulong sa amin ang lahat ng kumuha sa at makipag-chat \n\n kapayapaan at liwanag","en"]

["Tervetuloa Blackbus verkossa festivaali rakkauden valoa ja iloa \n\n meillä kääntäjä täällä auttamassa meitä kaikkia päästä ja chat \n\n rauha ja valo","en"]

["Bienvenue sur le Blackbus le festival ligne de lumière amour et de bonheur \n\n nous avons un traducteur ici pour nous aider à monter et chat \n\n paix et la lumière","en"]


["Benvido ao blackbus no festival liña de luz de amor e felicidade \n\n nós temos un traductor aquí para axudarnos e todos comezan a falar \n\n paz e luz","en"]

["Benvido ao blackbus no festival liña de luz de amor e felicidade \n\n nós temos un traductor aquí para axudarnos e todos comezan a falar \n\n paz e luz","en"]

["Καλώς ήλθατε στο Blackbus σε φεστιβάλ γραμμή του φωτός αγάπη και ευτυχία \n\n έχουμε έναν μεταφραστή εδώ για να μας βοηθήσει όλους να την κουβέντα και \n\n ειρήνη και φως","en"]


["ברוכים הבאים Blackbus על הפסטיבל קו של אור אהבה ואושר \n\n יש לנו מתרגם כאן כדי לעזור לנו לקבל על כל צ 'אט \n\n שלום אור","en"]

["प्रेम प्रकाश और खुशी की रेखा के त्योहार पर Blackbus में आपका स्वागत है \n\n हम एक अनुवादक यहाँ हमारी मदद के लिए सभी को और चैट मिल \n\n शांति और प्रकाश","en"]

["Üdvözöljük a Blackbus on-line fesztivál a szeretet fény és boldogság \n\n , hogy van egy fordító van, hogy segítsen mindnyájunkat kap, és chat \n\n a béke és könnyű","en"]

["Velkomin á Blackbus á hátíð línu ljós ást og hamingju \n\n Við höfum þýðandi hér til að hjálpa okkur öllum að fá um og spjalla \n\n frið og ljós","en"]


["Fáilte chuig an Blackbus féile ar líne solais ghrá agus sonas \n\n táimid tar éis an aistritheora anseo chun cuidiú linn go léir a fháil ar agus comhrá \n\n síocháin agus éadrom","en"]


["Benvenuti al Blackbus il festival linea di luce dell'amore e della felicità \n\n abbiamo un traduttore qui per aiutare tutti noi a salire e chat \n\n pace e di luce","en"]


["사랑에 오신 것을 환영 조명과 행복을 줄 축제 Blackbus에 \n\n 우리는 여기에 우리 모두와 채팅을받을 수 있도록 통역가 \n\n 평화와 조명","en"]

["사랑에 오신 것을 환영 조명과 행복을 줄 축제 Blackbus에 \n\n 우리는 여기에 우리 모두와 채팅을받을 수 있도록 통역가 \n\n 평화와 조명","en"]

["Sveiki atvykę į on-line festivalis meilės šviesos ir laimės Blackbus \n\n mes vertėjas čia, kad padėtų mums visiems gauti, ir dėl pokalbių \n\n taikos ir šviesa","en"]

["Добредојдовте на Blackbus on-line фестивал на светлината љубов и среќа \n\n имаме преведувач тука за да ни помогне да добиете на сите и да разговарате \n\n мир и светлина","en"]

["Добредојдовте на Blackbus on-line фестивал на светлината љубов и среќа \n\n имаме преведувач тука за да ни помогне да добиете на сите и да разговарате \n\n мир и светлина","en"]

["Merħba lill-Blackbus festival fuq linja ta 'dawl imħabba u l-kuntentizza \n\n għandna traduttur hawn biex tgħinna kollha jitilgħu fuq u chat \n\n paċi u tad-dawl","en"]

["Merħba lill-Blackbus festival fuq linja ta 'dawl imħabba u l-kuntentizza \n\n għandna traduttur hawn biex tgħinna kollha jitilgħu fuq u chat \n\n paċi u tad-dawl","en"]

["خوش آمدید به Blackbus در جشنواره خط از نور عشق و شادی \n\n ما یک مترجم در اینجا برای کمک به همه ما در گرفتن و چت \n\n صلح و نور","en"]

["Zapraszamy do Blackbus na festiwalu linii światła miłości i szczęścia \n\n mamy tłumacz tutaj aby pomóc nam wszystkim wsiadać i czat \n\n pokojem i światłem","en"]

["Bem-vindo ao blackbus no festival linha de luz de amor e felicidade \n\n nós temos um tradutor aqui para nos ajudar e todos começam a conversar \n\n paz e luz","en"]

["Bem-vindo ao blackbus no festival linha de luz de amor e felicidade \n\n nós temos um tradutor aqui para nos ajudar e todos começam a conversar \n\n paz e luz","en"]

["Добродошли на Блацкбус на линији фестивал светлости љубави и радости \n\n имамо преводиоца овде да нам помогне све добити на и цхат \n\n мира и светлости","en"]

["Vitajte v on-line Blackbus festival lásky, svetla a šťastie \n\n máme prekladateľ tu, aby nám pomohli dostať na všetky a chat \n\n mieru a svetla","en"]

["Dobrodošli na Blackbus on line festival ljubezni svetlobe in sreče \n\n imamo tukaj, prevajalec, ki nam pomagajo priti na vse in klepet \n\n miru in svetlobe","en"]


["Bienvenidos a la fiesta blackbus en línea de la luz del amor y la felicidad \n\n tenemos un traductor aquí para ayudarnos a todos a entrar y chat \n\n la paz y la luz","en"]

["Karibu katika Blackbus on line tamasha la upendo mwanga na furaha \n\n sisi tuna translator hapa kutusaidia kupata tarehe na wote chat \n\n amani na mwanga","en"]

["ยินดีต้อนรับสู่ Blackbus ในเทศกาลบรรทัดไฟรักและความสุข \n\n เรามีนักแปลที่นี่เพื่อช่วยให้เราทั้งหมดได้ในและการสนทนา \n\n สันติภาพและแสงสว่าง","en"]

["Hoşgeldiniz sevgi ışık ve mutluluk hattı festival Blackbus için \n\n Burada hepimizi ve sohbet yardım için bir çevirmen var \n\n barış ve ışık","en"]

["Ласкаво просимо на Blackbus на лінію Фестиваль світла любові та щастя \n\n у нас є перекладач тут, щоб допомогти всім нам і отримаєте в чаті \n\n світ і світло","en"]

["Chào mừng đến với Blackbus ngày lễ hội đường của ánh sáng tình yêu và hạnh phúc \n\n chúng tôi có một dịch giả ở đây để giúp tất cả chúng ta có được ngày và trò chuyện \n\n hòa bình và ánh sáng","en"]

["Croeso i Blackbus ar ŵyl lein golau hapusrwydd gariad a \n\n rydym wedi cyfieithydd yma i helpu ni i gyd ar gael a sgwrsio \n\n heddwch a golau","en"]

["ברוכים הבאים צו דער בלאַקקבוס אויף שורה יאָמטעוו פון ליבע ליכט און גליק \n\n מיר האָבן אַ יבערזעצער דאָ צו הילף אונדז אַלע נעמען אויף און שמועסן \n\n שלום און ליכט","en"]


peace and light to all

Thursday, 17 September 2009

Another Change the world challenge from our friend small

Let's just jump right into this week's challenge, shall we? Here we go:

Two of our bloggy friends, Amy Byrd of The Wayland Springs Cook and Marcy of Cooking Rut (both wonderful chefs), suggested this:

This week, for the entire week, refuse to use paper towels. Yep, 7 days ... no paper towels.

Or ...

If you never use paper towels, please write a post about how you get by without them.

This sounds easy enough ... but I'm guessing that it's going to be a real challenge for some ... especially when many are in the habit of just reaching for that roll on the counter. I'm also guessing that you are totally up for it!

Speaking of "up for it", a whole group of people were up for last week's challenge to plant something. I hope you'll drop by and visit members of our Honor Society and see what they were busy doing last week:

Brian at The New Author

Elizabeth Barrette at Gaiatribe and another post HERE.

Mrs. Green at Little Green Blog. Mrs. Green also wrote HERE.

Andy and Mel on The Blackbus and at their Blackbus Festival

Argentum Vulgaris at Tomus Arcanum

TC at Live Smart

EcoGrrl at Ecogrrl Network

Squirrel at Squirrel's View

Inge' at Dementia for 2

Ann at My Thoughts and Photos

Grant Lawrence at Grant Lawrence--Bodhi Thunder

Project Savior at Project Savior

Rewinn at REWinn Scrapbook

Harri Pao at Blogodril

Sinclair at Nature With Me and at Sharing Our Gifts

Last week I totally missed Sinclair's efforts! Sinclair is one of our true honorees because she posts about our challenges each week on not one but two and often three blogs. She shares her thoughts and ideas ... and I recently noticed that she has included a special section on her sidebar for the honor society. She goes way beyond the call of duty to spread the green word and to give every participant a link.

So please accept my apology, Sinclair!

Let's pick up the posts we missed:

Nature With Me

Sharing Our Gifts

If I have missed your post, or another post that you've come across, please let me know ... I definitely want to give every participant a mention.

As a reminder ... I'm stumbling articles written about our challenges and I'll also twitter about them. And if you are a member of Twitter, I'd sure appreciate a tweet about our challenges using the hashtag #CTWW.

By the way, I received another wonderful suggestion for how we can improve these weekly challenges and make them easier for people to access. Elizabeth Barrette (who you'll find in the Honor Society above) offers this: "What I have done that's worth an extra mention is to list all the new CTWW posts at the end of my original feature post about this project. That's hugely useful because it's the page that keeps getting the most StumbleUpon hits. So other folks might consider creating a CTWW "landing page" on their blogs." Thanks, Elizabeth ... that's a great idea!

All of the challenges, past and present, as well as the rules, tips and ideas, can always be found by clicking the Change The World Wednesday banner in the sidebar.

That's it for this week!


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mrs green said...

another fabulous challenge this week; thank you so much!

I have just blogged about it and will give an update next Tuesday - good luck everyone!


sober white women said...

I will write about it. I never use papertowels, and I cant remember the last time I did! LOL

harmony said...

Interesting challenge. Thanks. Sorry I have been absent a few weeks, but ready to reinvolved myself with your weekly challenges.

Green Gal said...

ooh okay...I'm in! I guess I'll bring a wash cloth to school with me for use after washing my hands... :)

I'll let you know how to goes!

Argentum Vulgaris said...

Paper towels huh?

AV <---- guilty as charged

Now lets see.......


karissa said...

thanks for stopping by prissy green and telling me about this. i am starting now. I am hiding mine in another room. and with the mister out of town it will be a piece of cake. it is when he gets back that will be the challenge!

kate said...

As a mother of an infant paper towel use doesn't appall me as much as the ubiquitous baby wipes that every mother seems to whip out at the hint of a speck of food on their baby's face.

We carry a dishtowel in our diaper bag and use that instead. It gets some odd looks from other moms but it works great and you can throw it in the wash.

I admit I keep paper towels around the house, but I think it takes us about six months to go through a roll, we have a full drawer of dish towels that get far more use.

Excellent challenge! I will update my side bar! sorry I didn't update last week, we were on vacation dodging sharks on the outer Cape (and not using paper towels! :) -kate

Marcy said...

Excellent. Thanks for the mention. It's a struggle but I'm up for the challenge. Will post about this tomorrow.

TC said...

Aww man..That is gonna be a hard one. I think I could do it but my wife may be another story. We will work on it. This is a good way to get her more committed to other sustainable activities.

Kate said...

Yeah...count me in! I have lots of linen rags I _should_ use instead of paper towels, and some days I even remember, but not near often enough. I'm onboard for the next week at least, and I'll see if I can continue once the week's over.

(Yes, they really are linen. What? I sew a lot... :)

Small Footprints said...

A reader in one of the forums I belong to has an interesting problem concerning this challenge. She makes bacon every morning for her breakfast. She says the bacon thing is non-negotiable. She uses paper towels to cook them.

Does anyone have an idea of how she might cook them without the paper towels? I don't use a microwave and haven't got a clue!



Sinclair said...

I vote for no paper towels and no microwave (I don't use one either, nor do I eat pork). But there are special microwave dishes with grooves especially for bacon that act as a drop pan...maybe that would work?

Thanks for the extra special mention today...I enjoy the challenges, and it is little enough to post and share links on my blog. Have a wonderful week.

Michele said...

I don't use them never have! When my mom comes to town she always brings a little gift of kitchen hand towles that either match my kitchen or have a holiday theme! Mom never used paper towels either! I have tons of hand towels: 4th of July, Easter, Christmas, every occasion under the sun! LOVE them!

Monday, 14 September 2009

The Blackbus is now broadband via a new satellite system

satellite 032 satellite 033
satellite 037 satellite 036
Well after much scrimping and saving we finally got the money together to buy the satellite system.
And after 2 days reading manuals and fitting the dish to the back of the bus
i connected the laptop to the modem and began to hunt for the satellite in the sky
finally with a loud squeal from the wee box  I knew i had found it .
after a short delay while the satellite talked to the computer and updated it and with a wee ping we were up and running

so now we are almost completely self suffiecient with power etc etc so soon we can look to move onto an island..

also some more fantastic news i have started to receive an income from my blogs which will help us to survive on the island..

if you are interested in getting a satellite i used this company BEYONDSL so click here to visit them .

Friday, 4 September 2009

Low energy bulbs not as bright ?????

Are we being ripped off once again by big business ?

why do we have to have bulbs with mercury in them however small the amount?

energy saving bubs are dim in so many ways ,why is it that when i get in my car and switch on my headlights

2 little bulbs can show me the road ?

the headlight bulbs are 12v and about 4 watt strange eh?

we all must stop believing these huge companies and take control ourselves ..

not only is it complete madness to switch to a huge production off these useless bulbs it is also damaging to the earth.

in mercury

a small amount soon mounts up when billions of bulbs are made :

we have to switch from outdated thinking and begin to look to the future in cleaner and clearer way

the dafthermit

some off the dangers low energy bulbs pose click here

The Hopes and dreams of the Blackbus-On-Line-Festival

                                (Humans on-line protecting Earth)
                                 Hopes and dreams for the on-line-festival

My name is Andy the dafthermit .
A few people have now asked me what i hope to achieve with the festival.
I set the festival up on the 19th August 2009 ,i hope to create a place of love light and happiness
a place where we can all come together  and share our many ideas about how to make this a better world
not so much for us but our children .

I hope through my art ie pictures, films and stories that i will be able to set something up for when i have gone to the great bus in the sky
that continues to generate money for causes all over the world …
I hope that we can all leave our negative energy’s by the gate and concentrate on the real dangers that we all face living on this wonderful planet we all call home mother


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Andy the Daft Hermit lives 45 minutes outside Inverness with his wife Mel in an old bus parked in a layby. This current home of theirs is the longest they have ever stayed in one spot. “I’ve been travelling now 25 years,” said Andy Lowe. “Mel’s been travelling 15. One of the reasons we’ve come and stayed up here is because of Mel’s health. I wanted to bring her to the mountains for fresh air and clean water and just a slower pace of life.” Mel has had breast cancer twice, skin cancer once, and for three years believed she had bone cancer after being wrongly diagnosed. Andy’s belief in the restorative powers of the north made them pack up ‘The Black Bus’ that they live in and cross the border into Scotland. New Highland home for hermit couple Andy and Mel “I think we both believe in trying to get to a more simple way of life,” said Andy, “but it’s strange for us because we are sort of hermits, or we like to live separate, but it’s not being anti-social… it’s just the way we are that allows us to be creative.” Andy first began travelling when he left the army. Fed up with bureaucracy he packed a rucksack and left for France and has been travelling ever since. By investing any money the couple have earned into solar panels and wind generators they now live a self-sustaining existence, without electric bills, and collect rain water “straight from Heaven”. “It’s not easy,” said Mel. “There might be time when there might not be enough facilities around, but you always find a way, you know?” Rather than rejecting technology, Andy blogs about his travels online and collaborates with artists from around the world via his ‘Scratchy Heid Film Studio’, which he runs from a static trailer next to the couple’s bus. He explained his philosophy: “My belief is that if you can go through life and you drop dead and you’ve got a balance there that slightly outweighs the good than the bad, you’ve done alright. “Yesterday, with what Mel’s been through with the cancer and all that, I had a woman on one of my sites there that thanked me for the writing, for the positive things, and to me that’s worth everything. You can keep your millions, we’re not interested. That is what we do.” To check out Andy’s artwork and video projects check out his website. MORE FROM THE NORTH

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