My daughter wanted to visit, so we went. It was actually quite interesting to learn how to live self sufficiently with out purchasing water, electricity or sewer services. We got a docent led tour which made it better than it would have been to self tour. The guide lives in the community and was enthusiastic, which rubbed off on us a bit.
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