Like Rick, Fred is a hunter gatherer. He has wide ranging tastes already. Following fox scents on his first day out, digging for what i can only guess at maybe being truffles the following day. He has an appetite for peaches he’s found on the ground, along with figs, tomatoes, green manure, persimmons, walnuts, chestnuts, hazelnuts, acorns, apples, and now as this picture amply illustrates, grapes. What next? Today the chickens had a narrow escape, who knows what tomorrow will bring.
welcomethis is a blog about two people making as much of their life as they can by hand on 15th October, 600 forest fires and hurricane Ophelia, ravaged 1 million acres of land, incinerated houses (along with ours) and took many lives, destroying forests and wildlife, infrastructure and livelihoods We are currently looking for new land to build again, in a different way but still by hand......keep checking in and send us messages, your continued support means a lot to both of us
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