We survived! It's been about a year since Maple closed her doors and about six months since we dove in head first to what was left of her.
"We" is an understatement. Here, on the stoop of our very first project, the Forest Yurt, sit just a few of our inaugural crew. Our hats have been many, odd, messy, and completely life-changing. We would be lying if we said we weren't a bit tired. But the same smiles from months ago seem to grow daily. Reminding us it's all been worth it.
Not pictured are hundreds of others. Today, as we enter into a season rooted in gratitude, we simply want to say thanks—to early believers, loyal customers, lifelong soakers, and committed volunteers and contractors.
Nothing brings us more joy than to see others explore and enjoy this land. This yurt, now a group rental for the Winter, represents the heart of this endeavor. It was our first project built by over 30 volunteers. It's a nod to our mission—one of healing, individual growth, and group connection.
We can't wait to see what you all do with it this Winter!