ramblings on revolution, making a living and the nature of giving
Down at the furthest corner of our land, beneath a rocky outcrop that juts over the wooded creek below, a lone oak grows. I don’t know how old it is. It…
a seasonal round-up of going ons on the farm
photos from the freeze, and a personal story
On becoming land, continued… The rams are in. A momentous day in the shepherding year; the beginning of a new cycle of new life and a new round of work…
The first in a series on the whats and whys of our off-grid, caravan, mountain life This week we went window shopping. For actual windows. We are…
and belonging..
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