Yes its been very hot the last few weeks and hardly any rain. So recently we have been going up the field late in the day and staying in the camper overnight and getting up early and working and watering until it gets too hot to work.
enjoying an early breakfast on the new deck, before work.
its that time of year when all the produce is ripening at the same time, Teresa made a mexico inspired dish from this little pick.
find the spider visitor.
a brilliant view from the proposed camp site on a very hot day.
the permaculture patch in full blossom
a friendly farmer in a nearby field having a bit of fun with his hay.
and a nearby village festival with Breton musicians.
The weather has stated to change now after after a baking hot summer and autumn beckons. we are hoping to get permission for the camp site later in the year so we can crack on with preparing the site over the winter. However, we will continue to develop the permaculture part of the field with the planting of 300 trees this winter and the building of the rest of the raised beds.
This post was written by Terry Barrett
Photographs by Tes