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INGO Are we all going to end up greener?


His name was Ingo and he had been living on the island for 18 years. We asked him if he would mind having his photo taken. He thought that sounded like fun. We arranged to meet up shortly. He biked back to his place while we followed his directions to his house. We parked the car by the side of the road, and followed the wooden masks that guided us up the path to his cabin. He was truly a man living off the grid. His power was generated by solar panels. He had


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an outdoor shower and a cute little outhouse both without doors. An open workshop was attached to the back of his cabin, filled with tools and wood shavings. His homemade tool sharpener was an exercise bike with a grindstone mounted to a pulley system. Lying in a pile of sawdust was a wooden bowl waiting to be finished. The tour inside his house was even better. All of his plates, bowls and cutlery were made out of wood. Stacks and stacks of his finished wooden bowls filled a large bookcase. There was a couch, stove and a couple of chairs that filled the rest of his small cabin. He slept upstairs in a tiny loft. We spent the morning there listening to his stories and taking photos. He started suggesting people to photograph, and we sat there lapping it all up. Suddenly, he blurted out “I have just the place you should see,” and off we went.


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