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Lookout for the millennium

Lookout tower, NZ

Let's talk about the future. We focused globally on the change of millennium, but our timeframe is ongoing. We won't stop with Y2K (the year 2000, or Y2K1, 2001). We'll raise our sites (and sight) to the next one, Y3K (the year 3000).

Lookout Ongoing

In 2005, broaden the original focus, adding the latest annual change first. B2N is Back to Nature, a local event.

Lookout for 2001

See Lookout 2001 links and south.

We might meet at a lookout over an ancient forest near the sea. It's a great place to get together for an overview of issues that seem beyond us, to bring up insoluble problems that we must solve. We can make milestones for where we'd like to go in the next thousand years. Is that time enough? We will do it in time?

How about the lookout tower in the Waipoua Kauri Forest Sanctuary in northwest New Zealand, as shown in the photo above? I suggest we meet there virtually. Photos. The reasons that we can't meet there physically are a list of the kinds of problems we have everywhere. Conflicts exist between:

And mosquitoes. However, the kokako bird sound is instantly transporting. Play sound of the kokako bird. See kokako bird at Kiwi Wildlife Tours site. This sound is a link to the Kiwi Wildlife Tours site, where you hear the sound of the little spotted kiwi. That site has a splendid gallery of bird sounds and photos. It's a good place to wander as you prepare for the millennium moment. Here's a Wholeo Online sort of celebration or online steps to our success. For a year-long millennium moment, see the happy whole day page, December 31, 1999 to January 1, 2001.

Related links

The Web lit up with sites about the millennium. Here are some good ones that I visit (or visited). Sites related to the millennium.


Lookout South

At the top of New Zealand's South Island, there is another fine lookout. It is at the top of the Trig K track, by the survey marker, in the Pelorus Bridge Scenic Reserve. The original Maori name is Te Hoiere. Here is an initial offering for Lookout New Zealand, South. (Photo of the Pelorus River © Leo Geary 1988)

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