Hi, Mary. :-) Thanks so much for following up. I ended up having out of town guests for those few days so had to cancel a few things. Looking forward to future events such as that one. Thanks again! Karen :-)
I can definitely share some more kefir with you. If you're not using them I think that they can be chilled in the fridge (for up to a month at least) or frozen or dried (although, I've never personally tried either of these two options).
Unfortunately I've been out of town for the last 5 weeks, so my kefir have been dormant and need to be revived. I wish I could bring something to Car Free Day in Kits, but I just don't have anything right now. I'll let you know when there are some grains to share though!
Mary, I hope this comment gets to you. We haven't talked yet about closing the circle, although this might happen soon. As I learn about how this process works, I am certain that I will want to start another circle for those who are interested. You are welcome to come tonight (May 2). Email me directly for up to date info: cabot at telus dot net.
Cabot posted a comment for you regarding the next RL meeting (tonight), but wasn't sure if you'd see it. I let him know that he could also post it here and you'd get it. (But know you know and can check it out on the event post!)
Thanks for the welcome Mary! My real home is actually Vancouver, and I'm going to be transitioning back from Seattle over the next few months (I have a job interview on Monday)...so you may see me sooner than later!
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