(1 of ) ....their idea of normal is the rest of the world’s idea of…unique. (Crista Jeremiason / PD FILE)
(2 of ) ...they have to find a place to park their goat. (Submitted by reader Marguerite Longtin)
(3 of ) ....their boho chic clothes cost a small fortune.
(4 of ) ...they don't flinch when strangers stop them on the street to talk about the best yoga poses for spiritual healing. (Alvin Jornada / The Press Democrat)
(5 of ) ...they're the 99%, no matter how much money they earn. (Christopher Chung / PD FILE)
(6 of ) ....Guayaki is their coffee. (Crista Jeremiason / PD FILE)
(7 of ) ....they have a loyalty card from Peace and Medicine. (John Burgess/For The Press Democrat)
(8 of ) ....they can speak for at least 20 minutes on the evils of fast food. (Jeff Kan Lee / PD FILE)
(9 of ) ...their mantra is to be kind to the earth and to one another. (Kent Porter / Press Democrat) 2010
(10 of ) ....they've received an angry note from their child’s teacher for using plastic bags in their lunchbox. (Kent Porter / Press Democrat)
(11 of ) ....most of their child's classmates don't get vaccinations. (Kent Porter / The Press Democrat)
(12 of ) ....they set aside their junk for sculptures instead of the garbage truck crew. (PD FILE)
(13 of ) ....they have a personal Reiki healer.
(14 of ) ....they're saving up to spend a month at an Indian ashram with their favorite yogi.
(15 of ) ....they wish the newspaper would start running horoscopes by “a real astrologer.”
(16 of ) ....their backyard birds live fancier than you do.
(17 of ) ....their car has more bumper stickers on it than paint.
(18 of ) ....they're unavailable during Burning Man week. (AP PHOTO)
(19 of ) ....their cat has its own website.
(20 of ) ....their dog eats organic food.
(21 of ) ....they've had dreadlocks at least once in their life.
(22 of ) ....their dad leads a drum circle.
(23 of ) ....their clothing is organic.
(24 of ) ....their neighbor doesn’t mind that they use their hot tub...naked...when they’re not home.
(25 of ) ....their boyfriend's hair is longer than yours.
(26 of ) ....reggae reminds them of home. (Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
(27 of ) ....they worked at Screamin' Mimi's in high school. (FACEBOOK)
(28 of ) ....they have a stash of Oreos behind their GMO-free, fair trade, organic hemp seeds.
(29 of ) ....they make you take your cell phone call in the other room so you don't affect the homeopathic medicine.
(30 of ) ....they take army showers, but drink bottled water. (Erik Castro/Sonoma Magazine)
(31 of ) ...it's not Sonoma Aroma you smell....
(32 of ) ....they're spiritual, not religious.
(33 of ) ....the checkers at Whole Foods know them by name.
(34 of ) ....their wind chimes are in tune.
(35 of ) ....their boyfriend rocks a bun better than you.
(36 of ) ....they lived on an apple farm as a child. (Conner Jay/The Press Democrat)
(37 of ) ....their grocer enforces meatless Mondays. (PD FILE)
(38 of ) ....they think PG&E is out to get them. (Scott Manchester/The Press Democrat)