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Ray and Nancy’s fire and water - a cook stove and water pump
$2,148 raised
61% of $3.5k goal
32 contributors
0 days left
Ended Dec 10, 2018

Ray and Nancy have made the decision to move from their hogan home up the hill to the teaching lodge (otherwise known as the pole barn.) The main reason for the move is because of Nancy’s hips, and it would be easier to be able to drive right up to their living space and not have to walk up and down a hill every day. Ray broke his arm this fall, and it is healing, but he needs to rely on the younger people’s strength while he guides them with his knowledge in order to do renovation. The plan is to make the teaching lodge space  their home for the winter. 

 

As I talked to Ray about this, two very clear needs came up. One is a cook stove. They would like to keep the stove that is in the hogan right there, because eventually the dream is to have the hogan be the teaching space. So in this case, it would be helpful to have the stove and the water pump that are already in the hogan stay as they are. They would like to get a similar stove (perhaps an Amish-made Prarie Princess) to put in their new home for heat and cooking. 

 

The second need is a water pump. Ray’s idea is to install a bison hand pump for their water source. 

 

Ray and Nancy have taught me and others so much about being fluid with change and letting go, and when there is a need the money will be there. I am grateful for their teachings and witnessing how they walk in their lives with the truth that they carry.

 

Here we are, as a circle of dear ones. This is a chance to give to them if you feel called to do so. I am excited to support them, and so I started this fundraiser so if others wish to donate too, it is possible here. 

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