The common house at CoHo gets a lot of traffic! Saturday May 12 started with our usual breakfast crew in the kitchen and dining room, followed by a game day in the living room, while a Nonviolent Communication class happened in the kids room, and a sourdough baking class took place in the kitchen/dining room.
Many cohoots attended, some were photographed. Here are a few of the photos! Cohoots were seen at the Marches in Corvallis and Portland.
Turn up the volume and enjoy the music drifting down the path! https://youtu.be/1GnpBabtD3E
Mike issued a challenge to Cohoots to try out his extra chin-controlled wheelchair on a precision track. He demonstrated his smooth, precise technique, then the rest of us took a stab at it (which pretty accurately describes the technique of many cohoots).
The 2016 CoHo retreat was held at Camp Whispering Winds on the weekend of September 17th. There is always fun and games at the retreat (like a version of “cops & robbers”), and this year our fair city was rocked by a wave of robberies on Saturday. Hard working LEOs turned out in force, attempting to […]
Perhaps in reaction to the blasé grey buildings (but more likely, ‘school’s out – what kind of mischief can we make!?!’), a couple of creative Cohoots decorated themselves with chalk and food coloring. Fantastic results! If you need make up consultants for your next costume party – look no further.And the expressions!!! Have they been […]
The kids had planned to go to the Corvallis 4th of July parade, which is an anybody can participate event. Just show up and be in the parade. (One year, the CoHo musicians practiced Sousa marches for a few months ahead of time and we marched together. It was the only band in the parade. […]
The kids at CoHo love to mark the path and sidewalks with chalk. It’s a great creative outlet for them, and the chalk doesn’t last long (especially when it rains). One evening when they were chalking up the patio in front of the Common House, someone mentioned that this building would soon be powerwashed and […]
Residents at CoHo Ecovillage share feedback with their neighbors through our kids’ Random Appreciation Project.