We did not realize addresses are not offered to land. (Land has a description, for example: T25S, R69W, S34: NE ¼; S27: S ½, SE ¼.) A building, or more particularly, a house, has an address. Mountain Water, at last, has an address: 2881 County Road 625.Read More
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The Lunar New Year is here,
the Year of the Earth Dog has arrived.
Deep winter, the time of stories in the northern hemisphere,
gives way to the intimations of spring.
We’d like to share with you
two of the best Mountain Water stories of 2017:
The day the contractor and his crew came to stake out the site,
they said they suddenly heard the sound of rushing water.
There in front of them, from a clear blue sky, a long banner of red and white triangles streamed to earth
and landed right in front of the building site.
The coincidence of this remote place, the timing, and the three witnesses is strange enough.
Add to that the insignia that we use for Mountain Water
—a small diamond made of a red triangle over a white triangle—
and we’re left speechless with wonder.
Mountain Water Press,
our nascent interdependent imprint,
is making news with its first published novel,
written by Meredith Ann Fuller, designed and illustrated by Joan Anderson.
Kirkus Review named Quarry to its
100 Best Indie Books 2017.
Wow, are we excited about that!
Meredith will be reading, accompanied by Joan,
at the Boulder Bookstore,
February 28th, 7:30pm,
1107 Pearl Street, Boulder CO.
If you’re on the east coast, keep an eye out for April readings in
Boston, Quincy, and Falmouth, MA,
the “home town” settings of the novel.
This is a novel to share with your book club!
You can even order a copy directly from Mountain Water Press.
Wishing you this New Year the best the Earth Dog has to offer.
Stay glad, dream good*, be the Earth’s best friend.
Build Mountain Water with us by making a non-tax deductible contribution to
Building Mountain Water.
Love to you all,
from Mountain Water
Laurel, Samagra, Emily,
Joan & Robert
* excerpts from Woody Guthrie's 1943 New Year’s “rulins"
Over the past year or two, an intrepid and creative group of nine investors (individuals and couples) have come together to raise over 2/3 of the needed funds for Mountain Water's infrastructure. Now we are expanding the circle and inviting our community - all those who are curious about the confluence of art and meditation practices - to join us in building Mountain Water.
There are two ways to contribute: first, if you are in or around Boulder, Colorado, please join us on October 22, 2017 for a crowd funding party.
Second, while you are here, make a contribution online. Either way, you can opt to receive a hand-painted invented landscape post card as a token of our sincere thanks!