This is not our Big Sur. At most we are caretakers for the next generation! / Steve Beck
There’s no way that Big Sur can ever meet the demand with supply. / Steve Beck
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00.26.00 How do you wake up in the morning
00.01.25I have never taken ‘Big Sur’ for granted
00.04.00We bought our land!
00.06.57Why did you come to Big Sur!
00.09.58School in Bismarck, North Dakota!
00.11.00The ’story’ just didn’t work for me.
00.12.05I did not have any dreams.
00.15.35The news about Big Sur back then
00.17.23 Back in time in my family…
00.18.26Jim Hill EXPLAIN
00.19.40On the Road…heading out!
00.26.48Gazebo, Janet Lederman
00.30.52Doing scary things!
00.31.40It looked like a terrorist training camp
00.34.20The Garden at Esalen. What is is about?
00.38.16Garden goes to sleep at winter. How much fertilizer did you need from the ‘outside?’
00.39.40The boat capsized and the chimneys went away…
00.40.40My Brother was farming in North Dakota.
00.41.50Esalen Garden is a 5000 year old compost pile and burial ground.
00.43.22Esalen, gardening workshops?
00.45.20I still feel like a student, it never ends…
00.46.35 Frank and Kathy Pinney at Loet Vanderveen
00.49.55When, how & why did you get engaged in local planning.
00.51.20I walked away from Esalen…
00.53.50How’s Big Sur doing as far as land use?
01.00.36The LUP asks for a certain humility
01.01.25How did you meet Sydney?
01.02.18Q&A Susan Zsigmond, changes at Esalen?
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