Sailing the farm tribe - Week 36 2010.
Early september 2010. Summer is for sure over. We have had the first
day with below 0 degrees now and harvest is around the corner. We
have had people from UK, Argentina, Australia(!), US, Germany, Spain
and Sweden here last days.
The bees will be fed sugar next week, so for sure they know that the
summer is over, and we have been picking/harvest lots and lots of
berries and some hunded kilo of organic broccoli. Any tips how to eat
broccoli in different ways is very welcome. Cooked, baked, raw.. you
name it - we will try it!
We are still working on the painting the barn/fixing the roof and will
continue this for the next weeks, also expand the garden for next year
harvest and will try different kind of seeds which is planted in
The gallion figure goes forward as normal. This is not an easy
task. Problem is more about how to make it look natural and still
protected below the bowsprit without beeing crushed in some harbour.
Since its so close to the winter season we prioritize harvest and
painting but will be back to more welding and boatbuilding by early
If you want to join our cool sea gypsy tribe, please contact us.
Pictures from last weeks:
Watching the stars. The gallion figure with head and body. Jumping of
the straw-bale and how many can sit on a strawbale-contest 2010.
Peace and love from
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