We couldn’t be more excited to share the news that we are moving to Carrboro, North Carolina at the end of June!
The last 11 years in California have been filled with so many incredible friends, experiences, adventures, trips, sunsets, jobs, foods, cocktails, and life-changing moments that it’s hard to fathom. From our early explorations of the rugged California wilderness and the Bay Area culinary scene to our most recent adventures creating two little life forms and squeezing an unbelievable amount of ecstatic frolicking into a one-bedroom apartment, it has been a more incredible time than we could have imagined.
If you know us at all, you’ll know that we would only take this next step if we thought it had the potential to live up to our rather high standards of fabulousness. And we think it does.
So, we bought a house! Finally, a place where we can really dig in and design to our hearts’ content. The house is a 3 bed, 2.5 bath in a green co-housing community called Pacifica. The community is 46 houses on 8 acres of land. (Yes, basically a Kibbutz.) The houses are connected by walking paths. There is a communal garden, a small pond, a playground, and bike storage. The solar-powered common house has a professional kitchen, a dining hall and an event hall. There are four dorm-style rooms for you to rent for $10/night when you come visit us. Pacifica is one mile from downtown Carrboro, the adorable epicenter of the lefty, hipster haven that is the Triangle area. All of which is to say that we will have the benefit of living steeped in the famous Southern hospitality but protected from Southern politics by the thick haze of organically sourced, locally roasted coffee beans.
Now all that’s left is to pack, bid an abundance of fond farewells, and brace ourselves for the humidity, and then we’re off towards the next big thing.