We’ll be gathering on Sunday, March 29th for a surprise public eventatGolden Gate ParkinSan Francisco, California, U.S.A. at 10 a.m. across from the WHole Foods on Stanyon & Haight Street; come join us for a “tour” of manyhand-crafted, traditionally-made “art of facts” (Ha ha!!! Its an “artifacts” joke!)AND a “plant walk” where Lonewolf rattles off about 5-20 uses for nearly every plant & tree in the park (& growing up from between the sidewalks!).
All the hippies, punks, hackers, & street kids– whoever– “people”– who are hanging out in the park are likely going to be thrilled when this surprise visit from these special teachers happens while offering an inclusive event ANDbringing very good news to everyone. This special fundraising event will be televised event will be broadcasthere.
What to bring:
Please bring any amount of donation to wish our hero well so we can create an amazing & strong future of his school AND for humanity; wilderness survival manuals, DVDs, & new bookpre-orders (getting them printed this week so pre-orders aid with printing costs & we’ll get it to you within the week)will also be available! Bringing antlers, feathers, tobacco, or other ancient offerings are also very appropriate! We hope to see your there & we look forward to meeting you. Please take a few minutes to let others know- it helps a lot!
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