We have made good progress on the land and it’s meant Rick can start doing some of the other jobs that aren’t so pressing. The olive grove is looking good, but there is more of it that had become completely inaccessible and as we want to harvest as many olives as possible Rick decided that he should thrash back some of the growth now to give the trees a chance to fruit for the next season. This is what the terrace looked like before and now, still needs a bit of work, we’ll get there.
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