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Paris has begun taking time off from building our farm to write articles, a novel and a few other things too. He has setup a new website for his writing at Jack Paris. His first article is out in the … Continue reading
We have survived a very wet winter. Thanks to arctic ice-melt March was the rainest since 1944, February the second rainest February on historical record and January the rainiest January in one hundred years. We still have a few streams … Continue reading
So. Enough time has passed that some people are curious about what’s going on here. After a long summer of visitors, family and friends we’ve now settled into our reclusive winter mode. With hot water and heating issues inside the … Continue reading
Exactly one year ago today we woke up for the first time on our land, having slept on a rickety broken metal sofa frame in our damp, muddy ‘house’. In that year we’ve built rooms with doors, white-washed the walls … Continue reading
These hot months sailing by have been laden with summer visitors (family, friends and volunteers), fresh fruit and much work. The garden is now an explosion of sunflowers stretching way up from the high bed, bending up towards the … Continue reading