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    Lost Tribe found in Wales
    I have always been intrigued by those who choose (or are forced) to hide themselves in plain sight. People who have homesteaded some piece of no-mans-land in (or under) the urban environment. A pilot flying over the Presili mountains in West Wales spotted this modern day tribe, fiercely self sufficient and off the grid.

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    alborz     Tue, Oct 14, 2008  Permanent link
    This reminds me of another "lost tribe."
    pace     Thu, Oct 23, 2008  Permanent link
    Yes absolutely, Alborz. Though the term "lost tribe" seems a little off, as they're very much "lost" by design. Whole different conversation, though.

    Reminds me also of Gaviotas