A photograph by Randy Harris for the New York Times in a piece on hippie builder SunRay Kelley who’s built a handmade homestead compound with seven houses, a hermit’s hut, and a yoga studio. Kelley, who was smoking an “herbal palliative the size of a cigar” during the interview, listens to wood, isn’t that into electricity, and eats dessert first. “You never know when your bubble’s going to pop,” Mr. Kelley said. “But you know it’s going to pop. I’m going to have my dessert before I go.”
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