In 1966, Snyder joined Allen Ginsberg, Zentatsu Richard Baker , Roshi of the San Francisco Zen Center, and Donald Walters, . "Swami Kriyananda," to buy 100 acres ( km 2 ) in the Sierra foothills, north of Nevada City, California. In 1970, this would become his home, with the Snyder family's portion being named Kitkitdizze.  Snyder spent the summers of 1967 and 1968 with a group of Japanese back-to-the-land drop-outs known as "the Tribe" on Suwanosejima  (a small Japanese island in the East China Sea ), where they combed the beaches, gathered edible plants, and fished. On the island, on August 6,  1967, he married Masa Uehara, whom he had met in Osaka a year earlier.  In 1968, they moved to California with their infant son, Kai (born April 1968).  Their second son, Gen, was born a year later. In 1971, they moved to the San Juan Ridge in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada of Northern California, near the South Yuba River, where they and friends built a house that drew on rural-Japanese and Native-American architectural ideas. In 1967 his book The Back Country appeared, again mainly a collection of poems stretching back over about fifteen years. Snyder devoted a section at the end of the book to his translations of eighteen poems by Kenji Miyazawa .
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