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Sunday, November 18, 2007

Caspar, Mendocino coast, California

This is becoming interesting. We're speaking about the Barn-project and rural, small town developments. CreativeSage and myself have discussed these things before. Cathryn Hrudicka provides examples:

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Caspar, Mendocino coast, California: "Finding Caspar Village the windy road to Caspar - 14197 Bytes Caspar is about 200 kilometers, or 160 miles, north of San Francisco, on the North Coast of California.

Drive north on US 101 to Cloverdale, then northwest on windy state highway 128 to its intersection with windier state highway 1 south of Albion.

Proceed north on highway 1 past Mendocino. About five miles later, you will see Caspar, between the highway and the Pacific Ocean. Wave when you drive by! If you get to Fort Bragg, you've passed us."

I talk with CreativeSage on Twitter about this community. She said, "It was like a ghost town, but the diverse people in it got together to protect their community."

We've chatted about this before. Trying to get it to the next level.

I'll talk about this with Seppo next week.





@digitalvillages: This little town, Caspar, was like a ghost town, but the diverse people in it got together to protect their community.


@digitalvillages: I'm enjoying talking with you about communities, collaboration & possibilities for innovation. Exciting things happening!


@digitalvillages: I'm enjoying talking with you about communities, collaboration & possibilities for innovation. Exciting things happening!


@digitalvillages: Yes, there are communities like that. There's even a tiny village, Caspar, north of Mendocino, that's a creative community


@digitalvillages but that doesn't mean that we shouldn't all keep trying
Mobasoft 13 minutes ago from web
@digitalvillages I hear what you are saying, but when brushed up against reality many things begin to fail

Caspar Online Map index

We need to take a look into this information.


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