Please observe the impulse to speak,
being sensitive to the residents who are observing silence.
Watch for posted areas of seclusion, such as kutis, campsites or trails.
Do not enter these areas.
On most days, we join for devotional chanting at 7:00 am, and at our main meal at 11:00 am. There is formal teaching from time to time, either after the meal or at 2:30 pm.
Our work period is for 3 hours and can be in the morning or during the afternoon, depending on assigned duties.
On our quiet days (see calendar), we prefer not to have day visitors.
Most of our areas do not have electricity. If you will be here during dark hours, please be sure to have a flashlight and warm clothing.
Though we don't often see them, we share this land with a cougar, bobcats, coyotes, venomous snakes, scorpions and many other friends.
Our native flora includes poison oak. If you've never seen poison oak, please ask one of us to identify it for you so you can avoid it on the trails.