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Winter. Endings and beginnings..

Our summer garden has come to an end. All of the tomatoes and aubergines, pumpkins and squashes, broccoli and cauliflower have been eaten, preserved or given away. 188 more words

Permaculture

The Russian peasant's workout

Take 5mins today to read this lovely article written by my friend Jez Hastings for the New York Times which captures the beauty of scything. 34 more words

Scytherspace

It's June

June 9, 2016

We picked these berries this afternoon. They are very sweet and tasty. I was going to rip the plants out this spring, but didn’t get it done. 170 more words

Small Farming

156 Bales

And all  the hay is in the barn and all of us went to bed early last night.  Kevin was kitchen Mama yesterday making an Argentinian meat pie and banana cream pie.What a relief it was NOT to have to cook after loading 156 bales of hay.   336 more words

Photography

Calf Playtime!

Bobby T decided his mother was spending too much time with a coffee sack and went over to play too. 

Like a kid when his Mum is trying to get ready to go out. 190 more words

Photography

Young Haymakers

Tradition says Memorial Day is the unofficial start to summer in U.S. culture. In Ohio’s Amish country, seasons are often determined by harvests. The year’s first cutting of hay marks the summer harvest season in rural America. 66 more words

Photography

Music 79: Hay making

Make hay while the sun shines! This view was from my window.

The field is used also as a landing strip for aircraft that drop fertilizer on the farm. 51 more words

Creative